October 3, 2011

Barn Charm 53

What got me really excited about this old barn was the cupola and weathervane...







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14 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

how funny to have santa's sleigh! i love the rust-colored roof!

Donna said...

This barn has it all - Santa, cupola (?), and the fine tractor out front. Nice shot!

EG Wow said...

The first time I saw this wind (weather) vane - I think it's the same one you posted a little while ago - I was surprised to Santa up on the rooftops year-round.

I found two more wind vanes for my photo collection last weekend. Sometime I will have to post them. But nothing as fun as this Santa and reindeer. ;)

SouthCoast Guy said...

great pics, love the Santa!

Michaele said...

Now that is just cool. Love how the design is so original. The old tractor really makes the photo.

Rural Revival said...

I love unique weather vanes, but that one, I do believe, is the best one I've ever seen!! And the barn's lovely too. : )

~Andrea

Rose said...

Love the barn and its cupola...also that weather vane sure caught my eye!

Angela said...

Is that where Santa keeps the reindeer in the Summer? hehehe Love that weather vane! That is so sweet! Love the old tractor sitting out front too! Very charming old barn!

Joe said...

Definitely an unusual weathervane. I hate to see the old tractors sitting out in the weather.

Tricia said...

How unique! I don't think I've seen a weather vane like that before... Nice cupola, and of course, the barn! Love those old rusted roofs =)

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Chicken Wrangler said...

That is so charming! What a super choice for charming barns!

carolina mts said...

Great weather vane! I blog about my area in the NC mts - used to live in MA. Stop by to visit.

Kim, USA said...

Wow I love the look of this barn and made me smile of that weather vane that is awesome. ^_^ Thanks for the visit.

Carole said...

What a fantastic weathered building. Love the shape, love the cupola. I bet it was really something when brand new.

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