Tag Archives: barn

Thursday’s Doors ~ Gallant Farm Preserve, barn door

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Brrr- r!

the icy grass doesn’t indicate 

breezy and freezing temperature.

I remember my friend’s father when

she left the door to the refrigerator

saying, “Close that door!” Then, 

he would go further by adding, 

“You weren’t raised in a barn.”

Hope you will enjoy this

red barn door and go

ahead to check

more door 

links at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

That’s where you’ll meet 

Norm Frampton:

You’ll be glad you did!

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Everyone had great comments 

about what seems to be a 

universal and common

expression about leaving doors open,

 which brings a scolding!

I have a dear friend, Sylvia,

who added a link in her comments:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Barn_Murder

Please stop by Sylvia’s blog, Another Day in Paradise, to see her beautiful travel photography and funny, special critters who hang out in her own back yard!

Thursday’s Doors ~ barn at the curve of the road

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Not sure if you would find bales of hay,

straw or just farm equipment 

“behind the barn door.”

You may know local farms

have fields of soybeans

starting to show green.

This barn door may

also have a piece of

plywood leaning 

against it.

Here is a great link 

to Thursday’s Doors 

post founder,

Norm Frampton at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Have fun seeking doors through

these internet bloggers’ links!

Country scene outside city limits

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As I left work, I noticed the sun

glowing in golden hues,

thinking of how this

would reflect upon

corn fields or 

woodsy areas

I headed out of town.

This is what captured my interest,

close proximity to a working farm.

Wondering why, as this barn aged,

that someone here within this

property, grandfather or 

son, didn’t think the

old gray, worn barn

wasn’t worth saving?

What’s close to you,

buildings, school or

shopping area which

is becoming “let go?”

Disheveled barns

can be found and

make interesting

photographs but

they have more

stories than

the new.

xxxxxx

Signing off,

Robin

xx

Thursday’s Doors ~ Barn in Circle of Nature

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The worn and beaten gray building

looked forlorn from the crisp red

barn where livestock still arrives,

safe shelter from snow in winter.

The air between boards isn’t

flowing with wind breezes

at the newer red barn.

This Thursday’s Doors is

part of a weekly presentation,

where links may be found on

blog of leader and founder

of Thursday’s Doors,

Norm Frampton at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.com