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Most early farms had a team of horses or oxen to do the heavy work like pulling logs etc. to build the out buildings such as this old log barn to shelter the animals!
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I love the colors of Autumn, the freshness of snow in Winter, the fresh smell of Spring rains, tree blossoms and it’s new life and the lazy, warm days of Summer!!
Lakes, rivers and streams are a refreshment to my soul!Mountains bring me peace and a time of reflection
wonderful capture!! love the log barn!
Thanks Jan!!! he was a BIG horse—- hardly fit in the barn door!
– Ruth Lambert
This is excellent Ruth! Absolutely beautiful!
Thanks tanmari!!! He was BIG but friendly—-begging for a treat!!!
He’s beautiful! I love the look – very hopeful to get out there! (…. or food! lol!) The detail of the logs carved and set like that is so interesting and reminds me of those" Lincoln Log" days as a little kid! Spectacular catch!!! xx
yeah think he was hoping for a carrot!!!! Thanks!!
He beautiful Sis but he has a airc. house I see LOL NEEDS MUDDING…BIG TIME HAHHAA Ducking hugggggz
Hmmm…ya think?? I thought it was natural AC!!!
Love this! What a wonderful capture!
Thank you Nayda!!!! this is a wonderful place to visit!!!!
A Classic beauty!! Great capture.
Gorgeous capture! Ah, the precious years gone by!
Yeah—— this was a taste of someone’s former life—-
Beautiful capture and horse, Ruth!!
Thank you so much!
Wonderful shot Ruth!
Thanks Phillip!!!! :)
Great capture Ruth!
Thank you Monte!