Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Barn Charm #87 - A Different Kind of Barn and Remembering our Service Men and Women


Another drive by photo op between Boulder and Lyons, Colorado. I've passed this unusual barn a bazillion 40 times and managed to get a semi-descent shot of it last week. (This is not the kind of highway where you pull off to get a photo. Uh. . .no.) It kind of looks like an old barn that the owner re-sided. Or something. 
Well, I like funky things.

And in remembrance and honor 
of those who have sacrificed so much for our country

the Reinkes say "thank you" with heartfelt gratitude.

Blessings,

Nancy

Linking up with Barn Charm

13 comments:

  1. really like that 2nd shot (and corresponding sentiment). :)

    a very interesting roof and overhang support on that first one.

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  2. The first barn is interesting. You got a good shot for a drive by shooting.
    I love the flag on the second one.

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  3. As a career military brat and stepmother to an active-duty military officer, I can tell you that the quiet sentiment displayed on your home is deeply appreciated by those who have and are serving. I can only pray that he role of our military allows us to keep and honor the tranquility of all these great barns and the farms they represent.

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  4. great shots. love the flag. (:

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  5. Is the barn built around the silo? That's different... and, also 'funky'! LoL!

    LOVE that dark wood cabin/studio! Gorgeous =)

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  6. Oh, PS... Thank you very much for joining, too. I got sidetracked by the dark wood! LoL! =)

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  7. Unique and charming. Most importantly... recognition of those who serve and have served.

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  8. Great barn, Nancy, and so different!~ Wonderful that they are displaying the flag!

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    1. Hi Marie. Great to see you here. The barn with the flag is ours. We like hanging the flag there because it can be seen from the street that runs past our homestead. God bless!

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  9. That barn in interesting, I've never seen one built around the silo...

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  10. The first barn is an interesting shape. I love the flag on the second one! I just read that it is yous. It's great that you display it to thank those you have served in the Military.

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    1. Thanks for visiting, Barb. Nice to see your photo on my page. :)

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