Thursday, March 2, 2017

Country Roads

I like riding on the back roads, even better are country roads that are new to us.
Our ride to... 
Frozen In Ice 
was a fun one, on roads we don't normally travel.
There were a lot of barns in the area,
we stopped to photograph 3 that I thought were exceptionally unique.



I like the Quilt Barns, I'm sure there were a lot more that I missed.
It's difficult to knit and take in the sights and I'm not sure which I love more!

22 comments:

  1. I am with you Debbie. It is more interesting and fun traveling the back roads.

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  2. Back roads are always filled with interesting things to see. Love those barns. It seems to me your country has the most amazing barns.

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  3. back roads...oh mannnn...I haven't ridden in a while. I wonder if the Wing's battery is up.

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  4. This is a province of similar back roads. Love exploring them too.

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  5. Great quilt squares & barn finds Debbie! I love to travel the back roads too in anticipation of finding new sights!
    Have a happy day!

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  6. I don't know if you know the history of the quilt barns but I did a post about it if you are interested.
    http://monirae.blogspot.com/search?q=quilt+barns
    It was very interesting.

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  7. Road trips are the best - they really help to recharge! Quilt barn looks amazing!

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  8. When we were kids, every Sunday afternoon was spent riding down country roads. It's one of my favorite memories. Love your barns, Debbie. :)

    xoxo

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  9. Hello, I love the cheery mural and the quilt barns. Great finds from your trip. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

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  10. I like the big sunshine on the first barn.Very eye-catching.

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  11. Country roads, take me home, to the place, I belong--------which would be my family farms.
    The quilt barns are cool. I wonder if German's live on those farms, or Pennsylvania Dutch.

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  12. I love driving down the country roads. When I was young my parents often took rides out in the country roads. I love barns and have been trying to get my grandson to do a barn art picture. He is a fantastic artist. Anyway, I used to take photos of barns once in a while and put them on another ladies blog; it was fun. I loved these barns; you saw some good ones. Blessings and hugs!

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  13. Oh how fun, when we have the time we like to take the back roads too, you never know what you will come across, you found some interesting barns, Greg likes to take pics of the ones that are falling apart.

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  14. That first one is such a happy looking barn!

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  15. What great barns you found! My favourite is the jolly looking Sun barn with its lovely shaped roof... cheers Debbie :D)

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  16. I love your barn photos. When I visit my sister in Kentucky, one of the things I love to photograph most are the barns - from gorgeous red barns, to striking black tobacco barns, and to the barns in shambles that yield some of the best imagined stories. Barn quilts abound, and are such eye-catchers. Thank you for sharing.

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  17. Beautiful barns! Love the smiling sun and the silo!

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  18. Neat barns. The Sun made me smile.

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  19. That sun on the barn is the best!

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