Flag Day Barns

Before I show you my barns for this week I just wanted to wish everyone in the U.S. of A. a very happy Flag Day! We are flying our flags in a nice breeze here in the Seattle area today!

The photos of the barns this week were taken in April when we were at our son’s home in Eastern Washington. This was a nice fresh barn type structure for horses in Chewelah, Washington. The next photo was down the road a bit and not so fresh!

I’m linking up with The Barn Collective started by Amy and hosted now by Tom The Backroads Traveller.

15 thoughts on “Flag Day Barns

  1. Oh how we LOVE Chewelah ! We are planning on retiring to that area in 1 or 2 years and I cold spend all that time exploring and taking pictures. Oh wait, I have done that ! 🙂

    I see a U.S.M.C. flag flying along with our country’s flag. our oldest son would approve, he served with the Marines and did 2 tours of duty in Iraq. Are there marines in your family ?

    • Kathy, Our son in law was in the Marines. He served two tours of duty in Afghanistan. Once a Marine always a Marine! Thank you to your oldest son for his service!

  2. Hi Ellen, love both barns, each has a character of it’s own!
    Good to see the flags flying,
    What does the red flag represent,

    Best Wishes,
    DI.xx

  3. The horse barn and all that white fencing has wonderful eye appeal! But there’s something about the weathered barn as well. Each one tells a story.

  4. I do love me some barns, Ellen! 😀 My favorite pic is the red and white barn in Chewelah; it’s so pretty and I love the white farm fence as well. Hubby and I must get back on the road and find some more barns to photograph.

    Hugs to you,

    Denise

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