June 19, 2016

Rural Rockingham County

Mt. Zion UMC

These scenes are near McGaheysville, Virginia. That town lies in the Shenandoah Valley near the south end of the Massanutten Range.
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8 comments:

  1. Fooled me for a moment as I thought they were all barns but realised the first was a church.

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  2. Things that I love best, churches, silos and weathered barns. Thanks linda for covering all the bases. Let's try this again.

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  3. The silo is my favorite!

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  4. The church is my favourite here.

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  5. That's a neat-looking barn! Those are pretty views in the last two shots.

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  6. I love your grand old barn. They certainly don't make them like that anymore.

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  7. What a great old barn. It is such a wonderful find. So much character. Forgive my delay incrementing, but I have had workmen here all week ripping up kitchen and d.room floors. I am just now getting back to the computer. Rockbridge is inundated with horrible thunder and rainstorms today....very scary. Hope you all are missing them. I love the picture of the mountain. We live in such a beautiful part of the world. genie

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