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Friday, November 23, 2007

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Amy Boogie

yay Barns! It was one of the things I loved most about going x-country - seeing all the old barns. Maine has a whole bunch of them. I can't wait to see what else you have in the series.

Michelle

Oh, I love old barns; it will be hard not to lust after them as you show them in your series!

margene

I'm going to enjoy your barn series. It would be great to see you start a Photo Album of them, too.

Chris

Barns are such wonderful structures! My mom had one that was attached to her house. Both were about 250 years old. Unfortunately, the barn was listing away from the house, pulling the back wall of the house away. She ended up having the barn torn down, but carefully to save some of the prime pieces to build into her new barn. She had the new barn built in the same style as the old to preserve the character of the property, and much of the wood she didn't keep, the contractor used in another barn. I'm going to visit soon, so I'll snap a photo for you.

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Barns

  • East Holden, Maine barn studio
    A series of barn photos I've taken or been sent. Barns are magical to me - they have so much character, and provide so much for the animals and farmers.

Pre-blog FOs

  • Caleb's Icelandic
    These are photos of finished objects, knit pre-blog. Some of these date back to the early 1980's, not having knit since my mother taught me to knit a scarf at the age of six.

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