oh and look, its got your little cupola you like so much!
I do like the red...if I was going to have a barn. There is a lot to be said for the rusted tin roof on the first one though. I kinda' like the old timey tin roofs.
That is a nice bright red! Happy Monday!xo Catherine
The last one looks pretty new! Happy Monday:@)
I like small but bright. I could put that shed to good use here!
that is a wonderful old tree in the first photograph; I'm wondering what it might be...
I prefer the old barn over the new, that is just a little too red for me.
That last one looks so shiny and new, as if the stickers are still on it! Cute!
I great barns again. I received a video of a Pine Marten feeding this morning from NWO Birds. It's the best video that I've seen. To take a look go to my site and click on the link. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Tex I really like that little barn in the top shot and having that twisted old oak behind it helps with its charm! Crooked Creek is good too and the little red barn is a charmer. Nice and tidy! And BRIGHT!!
Oh wow, that red one is amazing! I think that first one has it's own charm, too. Awwww.
Bright red of the barn to match the reddish roof of the house, no doubt . . .
you know i LOVE that TREE... and i would love to come live on the Crooked Creek ranch, and we could take photos together.
Oooo, that red one is really nice!
Bright is right and beautiful!
Oh, love that Crooked Creek!!!
Gnarly old oak puts a charm to the barn. I like it.
You are barnstorming again, I see. I wonder if your neighbors look out the window and see you snapping away and cut you some slack...
The red barn has nice little sheltered areas for their favorite tractors!
The first one looks like our middle barn! Visualize it.
That Crooked Creek ranch just looks so homey and well cared for. It calls to me.
That little red one with the cupola is pretty slick!
That last shot really pops with that bright red!
That born is neat. Looks like a steeple on top. :)
I like the first one with the rusty roof.
I like the old tree behind the first one.
I love that fence and the red barn looks cute and bright.
Great barns and gate! Texas has so much variety. :)
I know this post is about barns but I really like the gate in the second shot!
I looooooooooooooove that last one!
These are beautiful photos of such a wonderful place. The red barn is beautiful!
I love that 3rd picture - and I do love the red! sandie
I like the ranch name. The barn is so bright and new looking. Nice post.
At least someone loves the red one. Nothing sadder than seeing a barn all by itself, and empty, where once it was filled with dreams.
Such delicious splashes of colour!
I like the eaves of the red one, but what would one put inside it? I'd probably just put tools:)
I'm drawn to the rusty patterns of the roof on the first shed - and I love the gnarly old tree offering it a bit of shade.
I love that cheery red.
That is a very sweet little barn
I love the tree behind the barn. Love crooked creek and the red barn. I love your entire post!
The new little red barn is cute, but I love the old one accompanied by that neat old tree.
That's a lovely red barn, enjoyed these a lot, thank you :)
Great tree in that first photo! The barn in the last shot looks like it could be an outdoor man cave! LOL
Nice pics! That Crooked Creek looks like one squared away joint.
The last photo they got the color right which is more than most all of the other Texas barns you've shown. Even still I do take a liking to those rusty tin buildings which seems to make up the majority.
Love the second shot and the little red barn! Great captures for the day! And I hope you have a good one!Sylvia
I love barns, no matter what they look like. It's fun to go searching for them.
I never get tired of your barn pictures.
Small but bright is my favorite!
My favorite color- red!
T, nice ones! I love the first one, with that big old tree behind the barn!
I love that Crooked Creek Ranch photo...curving gravel drive....beautiful red and white buildings. Of course, that gate is really something.
I love the small bright red one! cupola's rule!
I bet you would have really laughed if you could have seen me going down and those boys with their lunch tray standing there laughing...it was all we could do. It was just too funny! I am determined to stick this one out, but it is going to be the death of me. What in heaven’s name am I going to come up with for next Monday. Love your barn posts...and that tree in the first one is totally awesome. Man, did it catch my eye immediately. And that red one....it is really red...like that one I post a week ago....really red! No bad kids today so am having fun on my computer...wait til tomorrow. When I have an easy day then the next one is usually the Day from Hell! genie
GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love the Barn!J
Cute little red barn with the cupola.
Love the big tree!
These are great! Really like that tree in the background of the first photo.
I love the colors of the first one, interesting tree behind it, too.
It's wonderful to see more of your landscape...
I love the middle photo!
Like the name " crooked creek" and it looks like a very nice place :)
that first picture is really cool...with the big bare tree growing right up and out of the center of the poor old barn! ha!
Wow T, have things greened up since then. Yay!! Margie
That red barn looked at first sight, likeb a red 747 ready for take off.Thanks for your kind words.PETER.
I'm glad you haven't forgotten about the barns, or, is it that there is no more?
I love that fence - very distinctive and the wee red barn is very attractive too.
Wow, that barn is bright, but beautiful! I like the contrast the of the red and the other colors of the photo.
Mnie podoba się czerwona, nowa stodoła. Lubię ten kolor. Pozdrawiam.*** I like the red, the new barn. I like this color. Yours.
Bright, beautiful, red and a cupola!! There is lots to see here!!!
I love the long driveways Texas seems to sport. Big is what Texas does so well ! :)
Looks like that last barn has a fresh coat of paint. Bright and beautiful!
Love, love that red!!
Imagens super lindas, como sempre.Amo o campo, a natureza...Boa semana!Beijinhos.Brasil¸.•°`♥✿⊱╮
I like the first one the best because of the TREE!! :)
Oh, I love that baby red barn!
You have a great variety of barns over your way! Very interesting.
Great collection, the tree in the first one is beautiful and that last one is really bright and cheerful.
Each is beautiful in its on way...love the rusted roof and tree in the first shot, the second place is so well cared for and I love the name, the third is so bright and cheerful!
cool fence at the crooked creek!
you always find such great barns & fences. i love red barns. (:
Crooked Creek--what a wonderful name. Forget the barns.
love the tin roof...and the red is awesome...
Yep, still want to live in that house. That's a really really bright red on that barn.
Love the small very bright red barn and also the stripy roof on the other barn. :)
Pretty paint job!
barns: where keep the things that keep alive the things that keep us alive...including nostalgia
That it is small but bright like it!What kind of bird is that in your header?
Hi TexWisGirl, I like that little red barn. I almost bought a place last Fall that had a similar barn on it. Have a wonderful day tomorrow!
That little red barn with its red cupola and weathervane is quite charming! I saw your comment to Tricia about barnage an fencery - so true! :)
You find the cutest barns. Love your new header photos.
Nice pics. The first one is a beauty especially the tree behind the barn
Very nice photos.Regards and best wishes
Love the little red barn! Some mighty fine barnage there...and the crooked creek gate with the barn peeking from behind...just charming!
I do love the bright colors of that last one!
Yep, I love that bright red!
Love the Crooked Creek, looks like a great place.
Not just red -- that is absolutely stunning red!
I'm LOVIN the Crooked Creek! Too cool!You rock TWG! Thanks for joining =)
Both nice. Love that red one!Noteworthy Musings - Barn Charm #77
Nice captures...you're lucky to live in a place with so many barns and ranches and open space...thanks for stopping by!
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