Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Best Barn

On our drive out to the Skagit Valley, we turned off Highway 20 onto Best Road. This is the heart of farming and flower producing country. With farms, come barns.

The yellow moss on this barn on Best Road matched the lovely daffodils out back.

Come on out to the Skagit Valley and find lots of old and new barns. -- Margy

11 comments:

  1. That old barn is on it's last legs! - even the piece of equipment in the inside appears to have a flat tire. I like these kinds of pictures, just don't ask me to explain why.

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  2. That moss is scarily bright and yellow!!!

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  3. I have to say the moss made for a lovely shot with the daffodils in the background. The faded red paint and the yellow moss make it look like someone was deciding what color to paint it. :)
    What a unique fence as well.
    Lovely finds!

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  4. Fantastic old barn & love the burst of color in the flowers in the background!

    Thanks so much for joining =)

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  5. lovely barn shots, I do love to see old barns and the bonus of the daffs at the back and on the post below...really great.

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  6. Wonderful barn shots! Love the photos in your last post too. I visit the Skagit Valley often to visit my son and his family, and this is probably the best time of year to be there. I was there last year when the daffodils were blooming, and it's a tossup whether the tulips or daffys are more beautiful. La Conner is always on our list of things to do while we are there.

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  7. That's beautiful with the yellow on the wood.

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  8. Great barn photos. Good luck with your garden.I just replanted my strawberry patch..What a job LOL

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  9. They tell so much about our past, don't they?

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  10. i'm guessing that is moss. wow, could use some cleaning & paint. i will be linking up next week. missed out due to being in disney world. take care. (:

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  11. Thanks everyone for stopping by to comment on my barn this week.

    And yes, that bright yellow on the side of the barn is moss.

    Margy

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