March 19, 2018

End of Winter Randoms, Woodstock.

Random-osity.

The Good: I enjoy outdoor art! This utility box was designed by Liam Shell. Cacti are not native to Virginia but the colors are delightful.

Sharing with Monday Murals.
The Random: After I ran some errands in Woodstock today, I drove down a country road to check out the scenery. This poor old barn has lost it's roof!

There were other barns in much better shape. I collected some for Tom's linkup and put them in a collage (or mosaic if you prefer), along with a view from Sheetz Mill Road.



The Fun: This guy saw me taking photos and came over to greet me. He seemed  like a friendly donkey and did not mind my taking his picture.

By the way, there are signs of spring here in the Shenandoah, but the weather forecast says we may get a snow storm. It doesn't feel likely because temperatures were quite warm today.


Sharing with Seasons.


16 comments:

  1. Love those colours on the utility box!
    So sweet that the donkey came over to greet you, very friendly. Thanks for participating.

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  2. Three nice adpects shared. Hsve a good week

    Much­čî╝love

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  3. Haha, I have seen a few barns around here without a roof! Love all the views in the collage - so peaceful! And I guess the donkey was glad to see a human being:):) Many thanks for linking up, as well as your comment (I don't celebrate St. Patrick's Day either! And I have a very think green sweater) Have a beautiful week!

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  4. Those are happy colors indeed! And a cute donkey :-)

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  5. ..I'm doubtful that spring right around the corner here, I keep posting winter barns for a while. Interesting open air barn, enjoy your week.

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  6. Great collection of randoms this week, the utility box is fun and I'm sure livens up the neighbourhood. I often see a pair of donkeys when out for a walk and always stop for a chat and to give them a handful of the grass that is always just out of their reach on the other side of the fence!

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  7. Sweet looking donkey, very nice barn collection, and thanks for sharing your early spring. Happy Equinox today!

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  8. I love it when local governments allow their utility boxes to be painted with colorful designs.

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  9. The donkey is a welcome sight to see.

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  10. I love the utility box art. That donkey looks friendly. How sweet that he came over to greet you.

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  11. Such a lovely selection here.
    Thought the colours on the utility box were great.

    All the best Jan

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  12. What a sweet little donkey. My daughter had two Jerusalem donkeys and they were the sweetest things ever. Extremely gentle and loved children.
    Beautiful Mural. I to love outdoor art.
    Snow called for here also, but we'll see.
    betsy

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  13. I really like the decorated utility box! Even if cacti are not normally found there! ;-)

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  14. Such an entertaining collection of photos ... yes, we are in that time of year when the weather is a bit iffy!

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  15. I've noticed our utility boxes are being painted, too. What a cute new donkey friend!

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  16. We have snow today after several days of warm weather. I'm afraid the snow is headed your way.

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