A Neighbor’s Barn

J and I spent a couple of days in the Big City.  We had eye appointments, I had a Doctor appointment and we also ran errands.  The Rancher and I spent the night and had lots of time to run around.  Not the hurry, hurry, rush, rush trip we are accustomed to!

One of the exciting things about going to the City is going out to eat and having lots of restaurant choices.  This time we went with Bar-B-Que, Famous Dave’s style!

J and I stopped for a visit with Granny (J’s Grandma) and went out for supper with her.

After a recommendation from good friends, J and I decided to see the movie Obama’s 2016.  Democrat or Republican all should view this show. The future of our country depends on educating ourselves about the world views of our leaders and the actions the President has taken towards “change.” It was an eye-opening movie; I have never been to a show where everyone left the theater in silence.

J started to a move hay home this weekend.  Before we know it we will be trailing cattle home and weaning calves.

This is a neighbor’s barn.  They are retired and the barn is no longer in use.  I am sure this barn saw plenty of cattle and sheep in its day.

Have you seen Obama’s 2016?  What did you think?

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13 Responses to A Neighbor’s Barn

  1. Beth - VA says:

    really like the doors. cute little barn. (:

  2. Nice one- the roof lines make it look almost like a house- love the red!

  3. Karen says:

    Very cute barn! I’m glad you enjoyed your visit to the city, it’s nice to hear a fresh perspective (since I spend most of my time in the city) I haven’t see the movie, but then I don’t go to many for some unknown reason…

  4. Elaine says:

    Nice little barn!

  5. Mari says:

    Neat old barn – I like the details you posted. We saw the movie and thought it was well done – and frightening too. What did you think?

    • Robyn says:

      Before seeing the movie we looked at the website and watched the promotional video that Dinesh D’Souza did. I instantly liked him. He seems very passionate and educated about political science. I think he did a great job of giving facts about President Obama and did not to any political bashing in the process. Mr. D’Souza’s outlook of the state of our Country in another 4 years under the current leadership is very frightening.

  6. Kim says:

    Glad you were able to get away for a little bit. It’s always nice to have a change of pace. But it’s great to get back to the familiar. It feels comfortable, like that old barn, right?! (No, we haven’t seen the movie.)

  7. emily says:

    Very cute barn! One perk of city living is all the choices of shops and restaurants, but we don’t do much of that now a days. I had not heard of that movie, but I don’t think we will catch that one. My husband has a very strong political opinions, and for me, in my profession, I’ve gone to some seminars as to what some of his tax changes / medical changes would be, and from a professional standpoint, not a path I’d like to go down. I think the political bashing gets out of control and the topics that need to be looked at get overlooked.

  8. Cool barn shots. Red barns are so special.

  9. Pat says:

    I love the little red barn!

  10. Great little red barn. Glad you and your hubby got to enjoy some special time together going into the city…we used to have a Famous Dave’s near, but they closed, so I don’t even know where there is one now. Good bbq. No, I have not seen the movie, but I have heard it is really good and needs to be on my “must see” list.

  11. Wynn says:

    The barn was moved in around the 30’s across the prairie.

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