Barns and Critters…

Summer view from son’s mile long driveway.

We want to start a pool on when this barn is going to collapse.

A different view from our son’s driveway and part of the driveway, too, headed down to the main road.

All these photos were taken from places that have a Colville address in late June 2017.  Colville is in Northeastern Washington in Steven’s County. The next time we visit our Colville kids will probably be in August. They are coming here next weekend, woohoo! Addy’s first visit to Baba and Gramp’s house. During that same time a grand nephew will be making his first visit to Great Uncle and Great Auntie’s with his big sister who was here once before for Katie and Andrew’s wedding in 2012.

It is definitely summer here with sunshine and warm temperatures. I’ll need to get out and water again soon. I’ve started to pick blueberries off our large bush. It’s a race between me and the birds on who gets to the ripe ones first.

I’ll be Linking up to Saturday’s Critters with Eileen and The Barn Collective with Tom the Backroads Traveller.

11 thoughts on “Barns and Critters…

  1. Hello, beautiful views from your son’s place. I love the cute Quail, deer and the horses. Pretty Robin. That barn does look like it is barely hanging on there, may slide sideways? Great photos and critters. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

  2. It is surprising how long it does take barns to actually collapse!
    I’m watching one around here too. I thought it would have collapse years ago and still it stands.
    The windows in the barn look like eyes.

  3. Beautiful views and wonderful critters! Love the Robin in the tree
    Those old barns are sturdier than they look. I would give it two years at least.
    Have a great week-end!

  4. Oh, I wish I could prop that barn up! lol But it’s beautiful and you better get all the photos you can now before it comes down. LOVE the bird photos and that precious deer! Enjoy your weekend!

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