Monday, July 2, 2012

Barn Charm #43

Here is the second image for my 
Norwegian Barn Charm Series

Norway, a country rich with barns.

An interesting barn, right??

I didn't take this picture, I have never been to Norway.
I have reconnected with a childhood friend Maggie who lives in Norway.

Maggie wrote a book, Fly Away Home,
she started a blog Fly Away Home Book,
and with the help of facebook, a friendship was rekindled.

Maggie follows my blog and appreciates my love of barns.
More then 500 barns call Norway home.
Many of those barns are along the path of Maggie's morning walk.
She is photographing them for me so I can share them with you.

I know some of this is repeative from last week but
I want to be sure Maggie is feeling the love.
Next week, I will just add a link to her information.!!

That's right folks, there are a lot of next weeks!!

Sharing today with Tricia's Barn Charm

Please stop by Bluff Area Daily to see all the amazing,
charming barns from all around the world.


28 comments:

  1. Hello Maggie and thank you for helping Debbie bring us your beautiful barns!

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  2. It's a beautiful scene. Red barn and cute silo.

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  3. Great looking barn! It appears to have a ramp leading up to the main doors. My aunt and uncle used to have several barns and one of them had a big earthen ramp at the main doors.

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  4. The Norway barns are great. The scenery is beautiful too.

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  5. It's a really nice looking barn. I like the colours too. Thanks Debbie and Maggie :D)

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  6. i love it. i want to go to Norway. fun, fun, fun!! (:

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  7. Another great barn. Thank her again!

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  8. I love this barn. Such a small silo compared to the ones in the US. Looking forward to all the barns that Maggie is sharing.

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  10. Great barn, Debbie. It is wonderful you were able to meet up with your old friend on facebook. I would love to see her blog too. Thanks to you and your friend for sharing, have a wonderful day.

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  11. Nice barn and great that you reconnected with an old friend.

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  12. This is a charming barn. I did not know until you wrote Norway, I thought it's a US barn it just looks like some of our barns here. Great shot!

    Kim, USA

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  13. Spectacular barn! Your friend is so awesome

    Thanks for joining, Debbie! =)

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  14. So glad you and Maggie are teaming up to share Norways beautiful barns. I really like this one!

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  15. Very stately, strong old barn. Great shot!

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  16. That was a very beautiful and unique barn. Loved it. sandie

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  17. this is just lovely. my mother's dad's dad came from norway and took his last name from the farmland of that area. i hope i can get there someday... :o)

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  18. Just when I thought I had seen the coolest barn ever - you open another whole country of them!!
    I am off to visit your friend!

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  19. So funny!
    From where in Norway live your friend. We have quite a large variety of technical tradisjoener building barns in Norway!
    Have a nice day from Norway!
    Phpto by Ingun

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  20. I am feeling the love Debbie and I'm so happy your followers are enjoying the pictures! Thanks!

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  21. A win, win for you, Debbie. Beautiful barn images from Norway and a rekindled friendship:)

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  22. Waving at Maggie! Loving this beautiful barn. Thanks for sharing Debbie and happy 4th to you and Chuck.

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  23. So wonderful of Maggie to share with you so you can share with us!
    Great barn! I love the ones with stone foundations and doors and windows in that foundation. The ramp is an esp. long one and that's a cool silo/roof/shute set-up.
    It's interesting to see the influence of different countries in our older barns. I just took some shots of one that has obvious Dutch heritage(I hope to feature it next week). Fascinating. Of course America became the melting pot of the world, so naturally that is shown in even our barns!:>)

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  24. Thanks for a great barn picture. I love that it from Norway. Isn't it amazing how we connect with others through blogs.
    There is a barn in Heber, Utah that my grandson inherited from his wife's side of the family. It is about ready to collapse. I need to take a picture of it and entitle it an Air-conditioned barn.
    I will take that picture when I get up there and post it.

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  25. I love that barn! Thank you for inviting me to the barn hop. I wasn't sure if mine was good enough. I got lost looking at everyone elses shots. The Egret photos are great.

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  26. Nope I read it and forgot! Senior moment - lol! sandie

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