Charming Barn Day! Written by Pix Under the Palm Fronds Whoa! Skidding in here a little late 🙂 But yesterday was just too beautiful in MissouREE to not play outside so all things computer sort of got ignored. It’s Spring, the Daffies are in bloom! Couldn’t leave this barn out of Barn Charm! For more Barns with Charm Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... 65 thoughts on “Charming Barn Day!” Wondered where you were! Lovely barn…lovely to hear from you again! LikeLike Reply Thank you Linda! Now to get going on catching up with other charming barns and comments! LikeLike Reply That is one wonderful well kept barn. Great photo. I’m like you, I can’t resist going out and enjoying the sunshine and warm weather. Wishing you a lovely week. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Thank you E.C.! A beautiful rest of the week back at you! It is so pretty right now and the best is yet to come. I can see my puter time is going to suffer. Too lovely to stay inside 🙂 LikeLike Reply hey, so glad you got to stop in & post a barn. what a beauty. looks like a really busy farm. all sort of things going on. have a great day. (: LikeLike Reply Thank you so much Beth! I played yesterday and didn’t do computer stuff 🙂 I am anxious to get around to all the charming barns. I am clicking over to your place now! LikeLike Reply What a pretty barn! Glad you were able to enjoy the outdoors; we don’t mind waiting for your Barn Charm! LikeLike Reply Thank you Dianna! Spring is trying to do its thing here. The Daffies are showing their happy flower faces and the sun was lovely yesterday. A bit blustery! LikeLike Reply Mornin Pix. I like this one. It has a cavalier attitude with a bit of silly thrown in . If this barn were to sing a song it would be a Ray Stevens diddy. LikeLike Reply I like that Christina! I think you have this Barn’s personality figured out! Yeah, a little Ray Stevens 🙂 Enjoy your Wednesday Christina! LikeLike Reply Nice textures! And it seems like the barn has two eyes and a mouth. Hehehe. 😀 Nice photo. 🙂 LikeLike Reply I know Nandini! Definitely that barn has a face! LikeLike Reply Great barn Pix, I am loving the warmer weather, but not the wind. The mile long bridge here in Warsaw gets a little scary in the high winds. LikeLike Reply Thanks Katie! The wind has been crazy making. That’s creepy about the bridge! Enjoy your Wednesday Katie! LikeLike Reply I’m sure glad you skid in, even if it was a tad bit late. That barn and the entire setting is a dandy! I’m going to go check out the house/barn now. Can’t wait to see the summer version. I wonder how many times we will end up posting the same barns! LikeLike Reply Deanna I think it’s going to be fun and interesting and I think the chances of us posting the same barns might be pretty dang good! LikeLike Reply beautiful! yes, the weather is so spring-y here too! lovin it! and i’m excited for the time change over the weekend! LikeLike Reply Tanya I am all happy happy over Springing forward too! Good things are on the way 🙂 LikeLike Reply It was worth the short wait Pix! Love the shape of the roof on this gorgeous barn. The silo looks to be in good shape and the large round bales of hay are simply awesome. I don’t know a whole lot about textures, but I like this one… it really compliments the deep blue sky. 🙂 So glad that you got to play outside yesterday! My daffodils aren’t blooming yet. 😦 LikeLike Reply Here is hoping your Daffies bloom soon Theresa! I always feel like Spring is here when our Daffies show their sweet faces 🙂 Thank you on the good words about the barn. I don’t know much about textures yet either, I just lay a couple on there and hope and blend for the best 🙂 It is all Pooh like blustery today too. I am done with this wind! LikeLike Reply This beautiful photo was worth waiting for! I love what you did to this photo, too. It looks like a painting! It was a very warm day yesterday, but the wind here was so fierce by noon that I couldn’t stay out in it. But it’s definitely spring! Yay!! LikeLike Reply Yes Cheryl, Spring is here! It was crazy windy yesterday and when we ate dinner last night I just died after. The wind beat us up but it was so beautiful out. We Spring forward this weekend too! HipHipHooRay! LikeLike Reply Interesting shape on that barn. You rarely see barns that look anything like that here in TX. The weather has been nice here too. It’s actually cloudy here today but still warm. LikeLike Reply Good Morning Deb! It does have an interesting shape to it. You know I am dying to ask questions but like you said I don’t want to jinx anything so I have been good 🙂 But I am dying here! Hope all is going your way Deb!! LikeLike Reply Great barn! Nice to see a well maintained and working barn 🙂 LikeLike Reply Good Morning Carol! Yes it is nice to see a working barn and know that someBODY is watching over it and taking care of it! I would have loved to ride off on that little red tractor! LikeLike Reply rather neat roof on that one. most are rounded without such a pronounced peak! 🙂 LikeLike Reply Peak! It’s the word today 🙂 I loved the roof on this barn and Tex, there is a really cool red tractor but you can barely see it! LikeLike Reply peak, peek, pique! 🙂 LikeLike Reply I love the word ‘pique’ ! I am a lover of words 🙂 LikeLike Reply I also like the pleasant `face’ – looks so neat. LikeLike Reply I love a barn that looks like it has a face! LikeLike Reply Nice barn–and farm! LikeLike Reply Thank you Patti! LikeLike Reply Gorgeous barn & the texture is great! I’m noticing more & more flowers & flowering trees blooming everyday & I’m loving it! Thank you so very much for joining! =) LikeLike Reply Good Morning Tricia! I am loving the signs of Spring too! We heard Spring Peepers all day yesterday~wish we could photograph that lovely sound. Thank you for Barn Charm. I think it sparked my picture taking motivation 🙂 LikeLike Reply Smart girl you are to take advantage of a beautiful day! You are surely forgiven, LOL! It is 64 degrees here today. What the???? Margie LikeLike Reply Misbehaving weather! It was warm here yesterday and a Pooh like blustery day. I am cooked with the wind. Done with it! But it was lovely and smelled like Spring and we heard the Spring Peepers 🙂 LikeLike Reply Beautiful barn. Regards and best wishes LikeLike Reply Thank you Tatjana! Best wishes to you! LikeLike Reply This looks far more business-like than your usual pictures. For e first time, I am wondering who works here. LikeLike Reply Good Morning Isobel! Yep, this is a working barn. No house, probably rented land for cattle. LikeLike Reply Your daffies are in bloom??? You better start watching for a large box arriving at your place – it’ll have air holes. We got a foot of snow yesterday here. LikeLike Reply I’ll be checking every dang day! You shouldn’t have to even say the ‘s’ word. LikeLike Reply It’s a great barn…I love the wagons, and the lighting is perfect LikeLike Reply Thank you so much Tammy! LikeLike Reply Love the processing here! AND the blue sky! LikeLike Reply Hello! I love me a blue sky 🙂 Thank you! LikeLike Reply Love the somewhat new look of the barns here. There’s, I think, a touch of modern architecture here. Nonetheless, it’s still nice and pretty much country. LikeLike Reply Oh yeah Sony, it is still pretty much country 🙂 I like the charming old barns but this newer one will do! Thanks for stopping by Sony. LikeLike Reply Good morning Pix! Oh goodness look at the peak on that barns roof… I wouldn’t want to be the ‘roofer’ on that one! :-O Did you get hit with storms last night? We got hail and rain and the weather radio went off twice in the wee hours of the morning. Since I’m alone at night and still not used to this ‘tornado’ thing I don’t sleep well so I’m TIRED this morning! Glad you liked the barn…wish it was ours! Hope your day is a good one. Maura LikeLike Reply Good Morning Maura! Yes I loved your barn for Barn Charm, wouldn’t mind having it myself 🙂 We had an itty bitty storm but nothing scary but some much needed rain! Hope all is well at your place. Enjoy your Friday! LikeLike Reply That is just gorgeous! Love your effects. Nice job! LikeLike Reply Thank you Brian! Thanks also for stopping by Under the Oaks 🙂 LikeLike Reply Glad to hear that Spring has Sprung. 😀 LikeLike Reply Oh yeah! We are ready! LikeLike Reply And we got a taste of that weather today! Great picture. As always;) LikeLike Reply Glad you had some great Spring weather! LikeLike Reply Your post are true very charming as always my friend 🙂 LikeLike Reply Verynice of you Jake. Thank you so much! LikeLike Reply That’s a pretty one- nice shot! LikeLike Reply I love your barns!! Very nice!! LikeLike Reply Thank you Veronica! Not as cool as yours though. 😀 So you think you will do Barn Charm? No pressure. 😉 I remember you from when I had my Rural Rambles blog on Blogger. I left Blogger and came to WordPress. You will find the Suds Bunny as my follow button on your blog. I see you in my Google Reader. Rural Rambles is parked in private and gathering dust! LikeLike Reply Oh yes I must do Barn Charm!! I have been taking a gander at many cool blogs!! And your photos are wonderful!! I remember Rural Rambles. I am in the mood to go exploring now. Getting off work in 10 minutes. My son will not be happy to be stuck in the car AGAIN! 😉 Thank you for inspiring me!! LikeLike Reply You are welcome! Your pictures are inspiring. I am seriously in love with that snap of the old farm/pick-up truck! That cracks me up about your son in the car AGAIN. 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