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Sunday, April 5, 2015

The Barn Collective #26






Appleton, Tennessee, U. S. A.

This is a repost from a few years ago.  I am not able to keep up much these days.  My husband has been in the hospital for over a week.  I hope to be able to get back soon to whatever our normal is these days.

Thanks for hanging with me!


20 comments:

Candy said...

My Grandfather lived in Appleton as a child. His Mother's maiden name was Appleton.
I love old barns too.....and the vine trailing on this one is great. I love All your blogs, Amy. So much fun. THANKS.

Anonymous said...

My Great Grandmother was Mary Amanda Appleton, on my father's side. My maiden name was Griffin.

Brian King said...

Wow! Talk about barely standing! Great old barn!

I hope your husband is able to leave the hospital soon!

Tom said...

Amy I'm sorry to hear about your husband's health issues. Take care. Tom The Backroads Traveller

Michelle said...

Sorry to hear about your husband!

TexWisGirl said...

very sorry about your husband. i hope all will be better, soon. this is a great looking place.

TexWisGirl said...

very sorry about your husband. i hope all will be better, soon. this is a great looking place.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

I just spent a week in the hospital - so I'm fresh at remembering the stress - hope your husband is home soon.

Love that old barn - looks like the vines might be holding it together.

Andy said...

Awesome! It is still standing fast.

A Quiet Corner said...

When hubby's are sick, it takes it's toll. Please take care of yourself and hope hubby is home soon!! Love this place...:)JP

Anne Payne said...

Amy, Your photos, no matter how old, are beautiful as always!

I'm so sorry your husband isn't doing well. Y'all will be in my prayers.
{{hugs}}

Sandra said...

Amy, so sorry to hear this about your hubby, I pray now for his healing and for strength for you... we will be waiting. I love this barn and especially the vines

Robin Lamb said...

Amy, Definitely has seen better days!
My best to you and your husband!

Anne Jeffries said...

Thinking of you Amy and wishing you and your husband (especially) well.

Linda said...

Best wishes to your husband.

Elaine said...

A beautiful old barn! I think perhaps the ivy is holding it together.

I hope your husband is better soon. Being in the hospital is never pleasant. I'll keep you in my prayers.

Felicia said...

love the ivy on this old beauty.

Felicia said...

Ps sending get well wishes and prayers for your husband too.

Kathy said...

I thought I had missed this one but then as I scolled down I recalled that for two days after your post for some reason my computer would only open the second photo. I guess it had a touch of the flu but it opened right up this a.m. It's very picturesque but I'd be afraid to go inside for fear it might collapse. Vines can become very heavy. My mother had a large metal frame that she hung bird feeders from. A morning glory vine attached itself to the frame and we got up one morning and the frame was laying on its side. It had collapsed due to the weight of the vine. I had no idea it would be so heavy until I started trying to pick it up.

I hope your sweetheart is doing better. I'll look forward to when you are able to return with more great photos. In the meantime, good wishes, thoughts and prayers will follow you.

Rose said...

Amy, I am so sorry to hear your husband is in the hospital...I hope things have improved by now.

Love this barn...it is one of those that just captures the heart.