Some Fall Down

I still have a few more Nebraska barns to share!  This one has seen better days.

The Muddy Creek runs through Mom and Dad’s place.  With consistent temps in the upper 90’s – 100 and no rain I am guessing the Muddy Creek banks don’t look as green and lush as they did the end of May.

The creek is known to have beaver dams.  I even snuck up on a turtle!

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Barn Charm #93 at Bluff Area Daily

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18 Responses to Some Fall Down

  1. Janis says:

    I love how the roof comes down to the ground on this barn. Nice shots!

  2. Beth says:

    It’s great how the grounds is coming up to meet the roof–I love those sloping roof barns! Great character and it looks like it can last a while longer.
    Cool turtle!

  3. Judy says:

    It sure looks like it was a great barn at one time, love the sloping roof.

    • Robyn says:

      Judy, Amy and Jamie,
      I don’t like to see old barns fall either. It’s hard to watch someone let them fall apart too.

  4. Amy says:

    Yes, unfortunately, too many of them fall down. I guess everything can’t stay around forever.

  5. It’s sad when you see what used to be great barn falling down like that. Great photos!

  6. Judi @ The Coal Miner and Me says:

    I like your processing on the barn. We don’t have a Muddy Creek around here, but we do have a Mud Creek. Very nice blog.

  7. Tricia says:

    Sad sight to see when they fall down… looked like a beautiful barn, too.

    Thanks for joining =)

  8. Mari says:

    What an unusual barn – doesn’t look like it’ll stand long! Great find!

  9. Rose says:

    Oh how I would love to have that top one in a big canvas on the wall!

  10. Yes, Som fall down and that is sad. Nice roof and
    photos!
    From Photo by Ingun; Norway

  11. Candy C. says:

    Neat find and I love your edits! 🙂

  12. Beth - VA says:

    that is wild how it fell… so cool. (:

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