(a suburb of Dayton)
My sister-in-law and her husband and daughter
have owned all sorts of animals over the years.
This barn was used a long time ago for a horse they had.
It is now mostly used to store feed for the swan and chickens
and misc. equipment.
It is small but useful.
The neatly bricked sidewalk was added after they sold the horse.
A bit of 'Americana ' decoration. The stove is real and old, but now is used for decoration. Farm equipment is used to display perennials that are now fading and preparing for the winter.
This is a back view looking up at the house. Dooley is standing guard.
Certain bits of clutter enhances a barn, don't you think.?
This is the looking down at the pond. I'm standing at the back of the barn.
They have a beautiful and functional cooking and eating area under that pavillion.
This is not my usual barn charm.
But I was there this past weekend and wondered away
from the noise of loud family
to explore the grounds.
My previous post features the swan.
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