November 25, 2021

A Month of Change

It's been a while since I posted an old barn. This is one I saw in late October. Since then many of the leaves have fallen and the days have gotten short. 


Today is Thanksgiving. We did not have guests because Lynn is recovering from an ear infection, Marie is in Venice, and we have arranged to meet Allison and Dave for dinner tomorrow.
We went to Woodstock this afternoon and had a late lunch. We own property in that town and are making plans to move there.

I'm not a fan of days getting short, but we do see some great sunsets this time of year. 

Skywatch

 

13 comments:

  1. Hello,
    We had a quiet Thanksgiving this year. I love your gorgeous sunset. Take care, enjoy your day and the weekend!

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  2. A late lunch like that would do for the rest of the day.

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  3. ...this barn disappears when the leaves are out and sadly may disappear completely.

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  4. You did capture a beautiful sky. I hope ou had a good Thanksgiving.

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  5. Beautiful. New York State is working on creating a state program to preserve old barns like that - these are treasures. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  6. I like the old barn, and that's a beautiful sky. We didn't have Thanksgiving guests either this year.

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  7. Beautiful photos. It looks like you had a good turkey dinner.

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  8. A beautiful sky to end the day. - Margy

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  9. What a lovely sunset that is.

    All the best Jan

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