When we were in Colville in May we took a drive along Artman-Gibson Road to Highway 20 in Colville where we saw these barns.
Linking up with Tom for The Barn Collective.
We have had a nice weekend. On Saturday we brought down our patio furniture from the loft of the garage and now we are set for time on the deck when the weather is right. On Sunday we put a pork shoulder in the crock pot before church and enjoyed an afternoon meal of carnitas tacos with our kids that live on this side of the mountains. It’s good to catch up. Hope you had a good weekend.
11 thoughts on “Colville Barns”
…Hi Ellen, I know that barns out in your neck of the woods have long roof lines, but that first one takes the cake. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful collection. I hope that you have save one or two for another time.
Hey, a photo within a photo…another pip…I am talking about the one that shows you in the rear view mirror! This is a fine bunch of barns…not sure which is my favorite. I love that dark, weathered wood in some of them.
Lovely barns and sounds like a delightful weekend you enjoyed with family.
Hello, great series of barn shots. My favorite is the one with the green roof. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week!
The first looks as if the barn melted leaving only the roof…like a snowman that sinks out of sight leaving its cap.
Good ol hwy 20—travel it a lot starting on the west side. Nice array of barns
strange looking barns all of them. But, what is the first one. just roof?
Great barn finds, Ellen & I love seeing you reflected in the mirror,ms napping away!
Lots of great barns here but that first one… It is just roof, roof, roof. I got a kick out of that!
Love your collection of old barns!
I love all the barns! I’ve been meaning to take pics of some down here! Next year I’m planning on painting scenes from our time down here in the country.
Sunday dinners with the family are the best!