Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Barn Charm Solid As A Rock


This is a beautiful old barn that we 
pass every time we drive
to Kansas City.

This barn has 4 levels
and is made of native stone.


It's nice to see it is well taken care of
and appreciated. 

The photo below give you a better idea
of just how large this barn is.


I'm linking with Tricia
over at 
Bluff Area Daily
for 

If you love old barns I hope you'll
hop on over and check it out!

Have a great week!


27 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

the 2nd shot is beautiful! what a GREAT barn!

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Maura: Great old barn. I think I might have an old picture of the barn on my grandparent's ranch. I'll look it up and post about it. A lot of fond memories..Thanks for making me think of it..Judy P.S. Thanks also for your help.

Neesie said...

That barn looks huge. I wonder what thye store in it?
I know there must be some barnes here, but I haven't come across any yet. When I travel (hopefully soon) I'll be sure to keep an eye out and take photos if I see any :D

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Wow, I've never seen a barn made out of native stone. It's beautiful.

GardenofDaisies said...

Beautiful limestone barn!! It's scenes like this that make KS such a picturesque place.

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

Love your header! Love the charming barn Maura. The bottom shot is very pretty.

Catherine said...

Hello Maura,

I am very busy these days and have not much time and inspiration for my blog ! i love american barns and the red colour.The flea market you went to is wonderful, i would love to find one like this one!so many wonderful items! Have a good day, Catherine

Beth said...

wow, 4 levels... that is a huge barn. so pretty & different. love the stone work. (:

Beatnheart said...

Hey You! I think it's time beautiful blogger magazine got in touch with you ... You deserve publication. your blog has gone that far lady! Back in the day when we both started and had 20 followers and look at you now! Wonderful job sweet one.

Deborah said...

It is charming indeed!
I too, love looking at old barns...something so calming and rustic about them.
I'm hopping over with you to check them out Maura!
Hugs!

Deborah xoxo

Melanie said...

Love that barn! Glad to see that it is being taken care of too!

Lynne said...

Now that is a BARN! Handsome!

NanaDiana said...

I absolutely LOVE old barns. This one is gorgeous and it is nice to see it so well taken care of! xo Diana

Starting Over, Accepting Changes - Maybe said...

Wow, that is one beautiful, well kept barn. I haven't seen many in that good shape.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful barn and photos.

Regards and best wishes

Pamela Gordon said...

That is a beautiful barn and farm! It's rare to see a stone barn. Pamela

momto8 said...

If someone would have told me I would have enjoyed looking at barns this much i never would have believed it....great pictures for sure!!

❁Velma ~Down Our Country Road❁ said...

Aren't old barns just the loveliest things? I would love to go through this one. Call me strange, but I love the smell of hay and the animals! Well, maybe not so much the animals but definitely the hay ;)

the cuby poet said...

This a magnificent barn I am so impressed with it. Should I see it my jaw would drop open in awe.

Terri said...

I love stone buildings--that is a gorgeous barn.

Deb said...

A stone barn...that is gorgeous.

Deanna said...

Hi Maura,
I flew over here via The Little Red Hen at Home blog. I just adore all of your photos and on one of your previous posts, I had a real giggle over Shep and Chelsea and then Shep and the kitty. Just darling!

I am really loving your barn photos. I live in San Antonio and on the rare occasion that my husband and I can take a ride out in the country, we have come across several really old barns. I'm sure that there might be more around the area, I just have to look for them. Barns are so cheery and remind me of an era gone by.

I'll be back to visit you again real soon!

Deanna :D

wendy said...

wow, what a beautiful building. And the red door...so pretty
I'd love to go through that.

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Thank you for including Landon in your prayers... very much appreciated! =)

My Little Home and Garden said...

Good Morning, Maura
I like how you included the black and white photo of the barn; it gave that "old time" feeling to your post. I was out of town recently and found myself admiring the barns between Ottawa and Kingston.
-Karen

Carole said...

Wow is about all I can say. What a fabulous barn that is!

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Rural Revival said...

I agree Maura, a very beautiful barn. Large stone barns like that, I think, are rare and a real treat to see!

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