Wow...such a shame!
Oh dear. Wonder what happened?Liz
Wow! ~ amazing the water ~ the poor barn but great shot ~ Happy Week ~ carol, xxx
how sad! dang flooding!
A fine shot of this flooded barn. The waterline suggests this flooded area is long term. Too bad.
A fine shot of this flooded barn. The waterline suggests the flooded area is long term. Too bad.
I'll say... better have some long boots!
I wonder if it floods there often...and if they knew it when the barn was built.
uh oh!Don't you know the mold is having a field day inside! «Louis» doesn't envy the farmer for the clean-up job...Yesterday, «Louis» took a drive through the line of hills between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific on his way to Pescadero and then down to Santa Cruz. He got a photo of a nice barn he'll post next Monday....
That's so sad. Great photo though!
Oh no, that can't be good! But the picture is.
row, row, row ... row your boat ... gently down the stream ... or something like that. ha. ha!! ( :i wonder what happened? too much rain or what?
row row row your barn ...
Oh no!! I hope they were able to save it.It did strike me funny that the barn was in Barnesville... ;)
There's really a town called Barnesville? And of course you found a barn there, a floating barn.
A terrible situation but a great find and photo!
Oh, my. I hope nothing important is stored in there and that no animals depend on it for shelter.
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