He likes big barns, I cannot lie.

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No matter where you are in Vermont, there are barns.

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And if you’re traveling with my husband, there is envy.

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Because no matter how much he improves his own Barn Mahal/ man cave, somewhere someone has done more.

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This barn had an apartment.

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This barn was haunted. It’s hard to top that.

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The white barn didn’t really look like a barn, but it was.

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Barns with cows…

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And barns without cows. He loves them all.

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17 thoughts on “He likes big barns, I cannot lie.”

  1. The barn with an apartment is incredible, as long as we aren’t having too much manure aroma. Garrison Keillor once said, in a Lake Wobegon bit, that manure smells like hope. Yeah, I hope things aren’t getting too optimistic while I’m trying to cook or sleep. When we moved to North Carolina I was hoping to get a place with a barn so I could build a large shop. Even if that had worked out, I don’t believe I would have found a barn to match one of these. Thanks for driving me around, now are we there yet? I gotta pee!

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      1. I’m pretty sure there is only a limited amount of humor attached to that statement. No worries there, though. Please note the distinction between “Are we there yet?” and “How far to the next gas station?” Drive on.

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  2. I do like that white barn. If I had a big barn, I’d make sure it was big enough to house a basketball court. I’d need a second barn for the cows. We have some decent-sized barns in the nearby PA Dutch community. These do look a tad larger, however.

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