Monday, March 19, 2012

Barn Charm #28

Freehold, New Jersey

This is a huge working barn that is in desperate need of some love!!

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31 comments:

  1. Today I feel like I could chuck it all and go live on a farm. But then you threw in the word 'working' and ... well, I don't think I'd really last that long! LOVE that it's set against that blue sky with the puffy clouds!

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  2. What a beautiful place to have and live in. Not to work, maybe some horses and sheep, and goats and chickens. Well I guess that is work. Thats ok. The animals would love al the TLC I'd give them.
    Maybe in another life time.
    By the way, I know you were sick, but are you decorating your annual tree? I would love to see it.
    TFS> ANA

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  3. Wonderful barn! Great shot!

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  4. i hope they can patch that roof, and soon! :)

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  5. I think a place where I can only be in my dreams. I think it's the dream of a lot of people to live on a farm.
    Hugs marijke

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  6. That sure is a big old barn and could certainly do with some work on that roof. Looks like nice weather where you are.

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  7. It's huge!! Love the fences and the sky is beautiful!

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  8. great bones. but some one needs some paint. & some tender loving care. wow. (:

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  9. that sure is a long barn...would love to know what it was used for in its lifetime. I bet a lot of different things happened within its walls.

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  10. That is one big barn! I hope it gets some repairs soon, but I imagine it's going to be pretty costly.

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  11. That is a huge barn. I hope it gets the love it needs.

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  12. That's a great old working barn. I love the setting with the fence.

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  13. It might need work, but I really like how it looks! Cool old barn! Nice shot, Debbie!

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  14. Beautiful huge barn.

    Regards and best wishes

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  15. With a little bit of TLC that barn could last many more years.

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  16. lovely sky! that is one gorgeously shot huge working barn...

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  17. Maybe they have love and not the money. A farmer's plight is rough these days. Love the sky as a beautiful backdrop.

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  18. love the whites and blacks on this one....they better get that roof patched and quick!

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  19. Your picture reminds me that humans are much the same as this working barn...we wait until we need major repairs before taking the time and effort to make the repairs along the way....

    Great shot...

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  20. That is a huge barn! I wonder if they have lots of animals or what. I'm such a farm girl and all. Great photo Debbie!

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  21. I wonder what that huge barn was/is used for. Here's to hoping someone shows her the love she deserves.

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  22. Nice photo! I'm glad to see it's still a working barn--hopefully they'll find time to do a little work on the barn itself.

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  23. A new roof would definitely make this barn alot more useful! Great capture, Debbie. :)

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  24. The barn may need some work, but is very nice to hear it is a working farm. I think it is important to still have farms around. I hope all is well, have a great evening.

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  25. Wow! That big barn could totally beat up my barn! It's huge... but it sure has some boo-boos, doesn't it?

    Nice to meet you on Barn Charm, fellow Jersey Girl!
    Cass
    (Morris County)

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  26. The barn picture posts are one of my favorite. I so need to get a barn picture to hang in my home. I love old barns and this was a good one.

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  27. It does need some love, for sure! I can't get over all that fencing! WoW!

    Thanks for joining =)

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  28. That definitely looks like a dairy operation so some sort. Great barn. I hope they keep it up.

    Noteworthy Musings - Barn Charm #77

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