Hi Sally, An interesting barn for sure. Thank you for stopping by John's Island. John
What a pretty barn. I like the diamond shaped windows. I like the fence and the horses too.
really, really cute!
Look at all that green surround the barn like a frame!
What a charming barn complete with crows on top!It's certainly in a nice setting as well.
What a pretty farm!
This is gorgeous!!! I absolutely love it! So unique. Love the red and white combo!
Now that is a barn with character in a lovely setting!
so cool. this one looks like a face. great find. ( :
Wow! What a beautiful barn and beautiful scenery.
How fun to see this barn that I pass by at least once a week and I have even posted it on Barn Charm. I think your photos are much nicer. Here is my view http://debisphotoblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/charming-barn.html#.UPTYB29JPZc
Oh wow! That barn is sooo pretty and look at the scenery behind it! Beautiful!
Now that is a NICE barn! The animals that reside there are quite lucky indeed!
it's beautiful! love the scenery too!
Such a beautiful barn and farm...
What a view those horses have!! I would enjoy that scenery every day if I lived there.
I would LOVE to have that sweet barn and what a beautiful setting! :)
A dandy little barn. Nice paint job. MB
what a charmer and a great setting as well.
Purty! Like a picture postcard farm...or maybe a model one for an electric train layout. It's just perfect in the perfect setting.
Now, that's a beautiful farm, esp w/ the horses & the mountains! =)
Picturesque, like awesome, is often overused, but it's definitely a great description for this barn and its setting.
Pretty little barn. We drive past it often! And yes, near the Nooksack River in Whatcom County.
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