June 12, 2016

Mount Sidney and Nearby


Mount Sidney is one of many historic towns along the old Valley Pike (now US 11). For those who aren't familiar with the Shenandoah Valley, the Valley Pike was once the "Great Wagon Road" and before that it was called the "Indian Road" because it was a well-worn path used by Native Americans for many years.

I was attracted to the bright red roofs of the Mt. Sidney United Methodist Church, a nice-looking building worth sharing with InSpired Sunday.
Old Town Hall, Now Owned by a Business
Not far from town I passed this fine barn decorated with a "barn quilt." I went back and took a picture for The Barn Collective.

10 comments:

  1. Pretty church!
    Nice barn!
    Have a great week!

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  2. Linda, what a nice collection. The church, the old town hall and of course the barn with the quilt block. Thanks for sharing and please hurry back.

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  3. I really like that old town hall building. It has character!

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  4. Love how the red roofs highlight the church

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  5. Hello, I love the pretty white church with the red roof. The Town Hall is cute. Great barn, I like the quilt. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  6. What a pretty little church!

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  7. that church is beautiful and i love the old town hall!

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  8. I like the red roof on the church too. Neat barn quilt!

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