Tuesday, November 5, 2019

May Its Memory Be a Blessing






























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The insurance will fall far short of replacing the barn as it was. We are talking about a simple one story frame building in the same footprint -- big enough for a shop and the iconic Easter Party. Eventually.






6 comments:

KarenB said...

I am just so sorry. I know it's "just things" and thank goodness no one was hurt and the fire didn't spread, but that doesn't mean there isn't some very real grief at the loss.

Barbara Rogers said...

So glad you've got a photo collection to share your memories of your old red barn. How old was it? Yes, I'm glad you're thinking of the next one. Another project for your talented wood working crew!

Anonymous said...

I so admire your attitude, but I am so sorry that you lost the barn. Some things are more than just things. I mourn for you....so sorry for burned barn, and so relieved there was no loss of life.
Deana the Queena

Carol Crump Bryner said...

I feel so sad for you about your barn. Well loved and well used. Hard to replace. My grandparents' 200 year old farmhouse burned one cold January night in 1971, and in my dreams I often wander around inside of it just like it's still standing. I think doing a painting is a really good idea.

Nan Emanuel said...

Thanks for one last glimpse at the life of your beloved barn. It lived a fulfilling and satisfying life as reflected in this post's pics. So sorry for your loss.

www reader said...

Oh what a heartache