Highway Nine Barns

A few weeks ago we traveled on highway 9 to get to the Mt. Baker Scenic Highway and back home again. These are some of the barns we saw along the highway. This one above is tucked among lots of nice greenery.

Weathered red a-frame barn.

A brand new barn.

A clean white barn.

An advertising barn.

A weathered barn with two silos.

Linking up with Tom the Backroads Traveller for The Barn Collective.

At church this morning we prayed for all those suffering from the disasters around the world and the U.S.A., earthquakes, fires, hurricanes, flooding, tsunamis and tornadoes. The good news from the Puget Sound Area is that we are seeing blue skies again and we can see the mountains in the distance again because the smoke has been washed away. I am so grateful to see this improvement and to take a good deep breath. While I type I’m watching Fox News with their full time coverage of Hurricane Irma.

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

11 thoughts on “Highway Nine Barns

  1. …Ellen, first off I glad to hear about the good new in your area! Highway 9 looks like a great road to travel. What a great collection, I only hope that you saved a few for the future. Thanks and enjoy your blue skies and perhaps a bit of rain.

  2. I love barns too, the first one looks like ours in need of a new coat of paint. ~smile~ Oh! what stories they all could tell! We are also praying for all those suffering from these disasters! And very thankful we were spared I am so glad you are able to breath fresh air again!Thanks for sharing.
    Blessings,
    Sue

  3. Hello, you live in a lovely area for drive. The barns are all wonderful. Clear skies are great, I am glad the smoke is gone. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

  4. Great barn photos. Does Dear slow waaay down so you can get the photos from the car? When we travel, we try to do that; depends on if there is traffic behind us.

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