These are the final allotment of my farm scenes and barns from Northeastern Washington that I took in August.
I’m linking up to The Barn Collective hosted by Tom the Backroads Traveler.
I’m posting this next photo on all my posts that go up on 9-11, remembering.
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Beautiful barns today and the last photo is very touching. May God bless America.
Wishing you a nice week.
Love the last photo.
Ellen, your first image could be a post card! I love the mill with the Purina logos. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful barns…I hope that you can visit again.
Love the last photo, Ellen. Pretty barns up there in Washington State
Hello Ellen, wonderful barns. The first shot is my favorite, I love the scene with the rolls of hay. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!
I love barns….thank you for sharing!
9-11. What a sad day for all of us. we lost a member of our extended family at Canter Fitzgerald. I like seeing the flag handing from the side of the barn. The bales are in the fields here ready to be taken to their homes, but there are no white barns with the Flour Mill and Royal Feed signs on them. I do not think I have ever seen one with writing on the side like this. It is a beauty. Such a nice post this week. genie
I love all those barns even the old barn carcass! Great finds!
Great collection — we see too many of those falling down barns everywhere we go — sad. But they make wonderful pictures.
A lovely picture for September 11 — and of course meaningful even though I am seeing it later — always meaningful. Thank you
The shape of that old barn’s roofline is very impressive.
I think I’ve seen a few of these barns; the one with missing ends looks like one I’ve seen near Addy/Chewelah. Would you be willing to share locations? I’m planning a road trip to explore the NE part of the state this spring, and am collecting barns to go visit.
Hello Lissa, Most of these barns I’ve shared are visible from hwy 395 between Chewelah and Kettle Falls. The first one is north of downtown Colville as you head north to Kettle Falls. We were at a historic barn to the west of Colville at a Corn maze that probably has some good history that’s obtainable since it’s registered. The missing end barn is north of Chewelah and on a turn off for Addy. Here’s a post about barns we’ve seen off of Artman Gibson/ Highway 20 east of highway 395 in Colville. https://happywonderer.com/2017/06/11/colville-barns/
Have a fun road trip!