December 2, 2015

A Book Barn and Real Barns


The book barn is associated with the Rappahannock Library. I don't know if it was ever a real barn.



The second barn is part of an old apple-processing complex. It's near Rippon, as is the third one, which appears to be still in use as a barn.

Sharing with The Barn Collective

6 comments:

  1. Linda, GREAT that you are able to join in this week. ABC, perhaps...an APPLE barn, BOOK barn and maybe a COW barn. Glad to have you and please com back again.

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  2. Neat barn photos! That book barn looks like it would be a fun place to visit.

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  3. I like all three. I'd particularly enjoy the book barn!

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  4. Well all three are good photo's but my favourite is the Book Barn.

    All the best Jan

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  5. Some barns are so nice that they could be tuned into a nice house

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