Sunday, April 30, 2017

A Barn for Sunday



A barn photo from the archives this Sunday.  We have had a busy weekend of travel for the softball girl of the house.  Looking ahead it will be another busy week for softball, as the team moves toward wrapping up their season.  

There is another field trip in my future this week.  It features the petting of kangaroos, right here in Kentucky.  Good times.  

Linking up with The Barn Collective today.  



23 comments:

  1. Wreaths on the doors---how neat. Thanks for sharing.
    Enjoy the fun coming up and good luck to the softball team.
    MB

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  2. There always seems to be an emptiness when a season of sports ends.Even though it ruled your lives, you feel it could last just one more game. I sat in the rain watching track yesterday and relived being a coach on the sidelines.

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  3. Great old barn . . . photo too.
    I would love to have some of that OLD GREY WOOD . . .
    Really like that look . . .

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  4. Kangaroos in Kentucky.. that's kool ๐Ÿ˜Š lovely old barn, I seem to remember someone mentioning the reason for the wreaths on the doors but can't remember!

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  5. That is interesting. I have not seen flower wreaths on a barn before

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  6. I always enjoy your barn photos -- nice one! Kangaroo petting? Now you've piqued our curiosity!

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  7. ...a fancy barn with wreaths! Have blast with your kangaroo friends. Hop on back again!

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  8. Love this weathered barn.
    Kangaroo petting, huh? Can't wait.
    Hopefully you're not getting the rains and flooding
    we're having here.
    xx

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  9. Kentucky kangaroos...now that's a new one! ๐Ÿ˜† love the hazy effect you did around the barn.

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  10. I love the photo of the barn. It's so Kentucky!

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  11. A beautiful barn, I like the green doors, decorated with the wreaths!!

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  12. Love the wreaths! Have a good week!

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  13. It is a beauty...I wonder if they put Christmas wreaths on during December.

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  14. I'd love to know the story behind the wreaths. It's not something I've seen before.

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  15. A great old weathered barn, it looks lovely. Seeing kangaroos sound interesting, I never seen those.

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  16. Interesting doors - hanging at weird angles with Christmas wreaths? Have fun with the kangaroos but if one tries to entice you to a boxing match, politely decline and get the heck out of there! :))

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  17. Well, that barn looks great with the wreaths on the doors!

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  18. Wow - kangaroos! They are such funny creatures - like giant, upright rabbits. Love the wonderful, crooked barn. x Karen

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  19. I love the wreathes on the doors!! Gives me some ideas! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  20. Nice old barn and the wreaths are a nice touch. : )

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  21. I love that old barn with the wreaths. Getting to see and pet kangaroos sounds interesting!

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  22. I love these old American barns. We don't have anything like them over here. Either historic small stone barns or enormous modern sheds!

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