Barns Along the Byway

This barn drew my immediate attention. It seems to tell so many stories of the past, still full of character. There are numerous historic and stately homes along the byway. They all seem comfortable in the midst of barns reminding us also of the past. These barns simply fascinate me.

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  1. I remember my Father taking me there in the late fifties when it was MacLeod’s (or possibly MacIntyre’s), cider store. (Whether they pressed the apples there or off-site, I’m not sure). I’m a plein air painter and have painted this building several times… it’s a very “painterly” subject, especially in the Fall when the poison ivy leaves that envelop the structure turn bright red and yellow….
    I was told that someone lived there until fairly recently….

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