away for the weekend: barn charm wednesday?

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

barn charm wednesday?


 I'm late, I know, and I'm digging into my archives.
We've been spending some time at home, doing those things that just really need to be done once in a while.

And then there was the football game we went to on Sunday - where we got to sit out in the rain 
- and watch our team lose a really sloppy game.
Did I mention that it was cold and raining?
And seriously, after everything that happened last week, I'm sitting there thinking,
I am so lucky to be spending the day at a football game
- in the rain, -watching our team lose...
All joking aside - it really was a lot of fun - rain and losing and all!

Anyway,
This barn is from one of our bike rides last summer.


Can you tell it was kind of a gray day?
Yeah, pretty sure we got rained on.


We often do.
This barn was worth it.
I think it's part of a vineyard.


I really had no idea that grapes grew in Vermont.

I'm hoping next time to have some snowy barns to share.



Thanks for dropping in!






9 comments:

  1. Such a lovely place to ride. The rock foundation of the barn is fabulous. Merry Christmas to you!

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  2. gorgeous. such a lovely barn. hey, i think you link up when you can. no worries. ( :

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  3. That is a huge, beautiful barn! Yes, snow and barns will be a welcome sight! We're having another fairly warm winter here in East Texas and snow is something we rarely see!

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  4. That barn is amazing, but the house looks magnificent! I'd love to live on that property :)

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  5. That's a barn? Oh my goodness! What a beauty & that house is awesome! So incredibly beautiful in Vermont

    Thank you for joining in 2012 & hope you'll return for a Happy New Year in 2013! =)

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  6. That's a pretty special, classy barn!

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  7. Wow,the barn and house are fabulous! I think grapes can be grown almost anywhere now. I didn't know they could be in Minnesota until a few years ago. Now there are several small wineries here.

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