Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Barn Charm #23

This is a barn that I pass all the time,
it is situated in the town where Chuck grew up!!


Howell Township, New Jersey


There was a lot of tresspassing done to get this shot.
Chuck was more then willing to drive the get-a-way car!!

I am so excited to be linking once again to Tricia's Barn Charm


Thanks Tricia
Please follow the link above to view all the amazing, charming barns,
from around the world!!


34 comments:

  1. You are so lucky to have Chuck driving a get a way car. My husband would never go for it. I would have to go alone and probably get caught.
    Beautiful barn. Lucky for you, you have barns in your area. We have nothing. Boy would I love to live in a country looking place. I do not like the city. I have lived here in Miami all my life. I would like to live in a much quieter place.

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  2. ooohhh love when they decorate them!! Have a wonderful day!

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  3. What a beautiful barn! Worth the risk I would say, but maybe you should keep a bail bonds number on your phone, just in case. :)

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  4. I like all of the stars on the outside of the buildings/barn.
    That looks like a really cool place to visit.

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  5. Lotta' trespassing done, to get this great shot hu? Well you will remember it more, because of that.

    -grin-

    "The night was clear and frosty,
    all ebony of shadow
    and silver of snowy slope;
    big stars were shining over the silent fields."

    ~Lucy Maud Montgomery

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  6. My favorite barns are ones with stars and this one is at the top of my list! Well done!

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  7. Love the cedar shakes! That's a fancy barn!

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  8. Is it a barn or a home??? Whichever it is, I love it.

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  9. Love the cedar siding, the huge green star and the little ones on the other building!
    This one looks like it could be converted to a home quite easily.
    A really charming find!

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  10. What are you two gonna do next? Trespassing and driving getaway cars! Sheesh! LOL Sounds just like something I'd do!! Great shots, Deb. Love the stars!

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  11. laughing at you!

    nice shots, though!

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  12. That is a really pretty barn. I live out in the sticks & we have LOTS of barns around us too. They just have so much charm and character don't they?

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  13. Wow, it is an amazing barn! What exquisite pictures you take!!! And I adore your header--it's gorgeous!!!
    XO
    Cindy

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  14. The barn was definitely worth the risk! lol

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  15. You two must be the modern day Bonnie & Clyde! LoL! As long as there's no property damage, then ya'll go right ahead, but that's only my opinion... the owners may not feel the same way! LoL!

    Darling old barn... is there a specific meaning to the star? It seems like I heard something about it once, but I can't remember.

    Thanks a million for joining, Debbie! =)

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  16. These stars always make me think of TX. Love the shingles. I too am becoming a bit of a trespasser ... but so far only a few steps into a driveway. I am afraid I might begin to get a bit more bold (and a get away car is funny!)

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  17. Did you also see the house? Did it have cedar shakes as well? It is worth the trespassing effort, I think.

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  18. I definitely know there was trespassing going on there! I just do a quick stop on the shoulder & snap. But thanks to your bravery (!) I can see the entire barn...and it's beautiful.

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  19. Oh I like that barn especially the stars. Well worth the trespassing - easy for me to say though :)

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  20. This reminds me of the barn my family owned when I was a kid! LOVE it! :)

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  21. you're my hero...i'm such a chicken! love this!

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  22. Wonderful capture, Debbie. I love seeing the stars on houses and brans.

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  23. Great barn and I love the barn stars! Way to go you sneaky thing!
    cough, cough.

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  24. You're right, we have nothing in common but I enjoy looking at all your photos. This blog world is crazy that way.

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  25. Nice pic do you know what the star means. I have pics from PA with stars on the barns. I googled it a lot of different meanings.

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  26. Beautiful! I think my family worries a little about my photography-induced trespassing too!

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  27. Very pretty - I'm a fan of the shingles...is that what they call the "siding"? anyhow - love the weathered color of this one!

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  28. Must be beautiful living with countryside around you. The barn is gorgeous.
    Have a wonderful day
    gr. marijke

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  29. Hi Debbie,
    I am delighted that I have found your blog; it's beautiful.

    We share several things...my favorite color is purple, I love taking pictures even though I have not come close to perfected the craft as you have, and I love flowers and birds.....

    I love this barn.....I have started collected pictures of barnes with quilt squares attached....so many of them here in the mountains of N.C....

    Before I leave, I have to tell you how much I enjoyed your post below about the butterfly...Not only are the pictures wonderful but the message was inspiriting....

    Hugs and blessings,
    Nancy

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  30. A real charmer! Love the shingles. Terrific capture, Debbie!

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  31. Thanks for sharing the pictures and thoughts. I love barns so I will enjoy all of the barn pictures and maybe take a picture of one in our area. I am a country girl for sure.

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  32. It sure is worth the tresspassing! Great photos !

    Thanks for visiting our blog today !

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