Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Barns of Highway 195

Continuing on our trip from Spokane to Pullman, Washington, on Highway 195, this barn was all by itself in a wheat field. It may have served its purpose, or maybe it's still used to store or protect the large equipment needed to plant and harvest hay and grain. The peaked metal roof looks newer than the peeling wood sides.

The open doors and windows made me think of the old saying, "It's too late to lock the barn door after the horse has been stolen." -- Margy


  1. OMG yes, mucg to late to lock the doord! Nice pic margy!

  2. Very nice shot, Margy!

  3. This could almost be out here in eastern Alberta. Nifty photo, Margy.

  4. There you go again highlighting the differences in our language! We say - there's no point shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted x

  5. Anonymous4:01 PM

    charming...but so lost and alone! it's purpose used up and gone! maybe someone will see it and turn it into a beautiful home or more wonderful yet turn it into a working barn again!

  6. Another great barn. If they could only talk...what stories I'm sure they could tell.

  7. Fran - We are always doing this to each other, eh?

    Kay - It has been a long time since we were in Alberta, but I think you are right.

    Paul - We don't have too many barns do we.

    Lorie - You are so right.


  8. Excellent shot. It shows the lonesomeness that can be Eastern Wa. MB


We welcome your comments and questions. - Wayne and Margy