Awhile back, we attended a wedding in Dayton, Ohio.
On our way home, we got on old Rt. 40 east of Columbus,
so that I could take photos of barns.
(Such a patient husband I have.)
It was a gorgeous day and I got lots.
But I've just started blogging again
and am behind on reading and commenting on others' blogs.
Therefore, I will keep this barn charm short.
The above photo shows off the main barn.
The next photo reveals some of the other outbuildings
and a glimpse of the house and misc. vehicles and equipment.
A lone sheep completes the pictures.
I like the uniform white paint and that the roofs are in good shape.
I'm fascinated by all the doors in the big barn
and that every building either has a multitude of windows or doors
or one or two huge openings (the smaller sheds).
Also, the grass is cut and the leaves raked and collected or mulched--
all in all a well-maintained set-up.
The land is flatter in this part of Ohio.
There is a hint of the beginning of hilly countryside,
but nothing like what we have down here
in "Little Switzerland."
A note to friends: I took a personal day and that has helped.
Blessings to all.
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