Yep, its full! I had to laugh at your title! Definitely interesting looking whatever it is!
Hello, my name is Wayne and I'm a rust addict. I have my fix for today, thank you. Where can I get more?
As a matter of fact, I hadn't had any rust so far today, so thanks for the hit.
Thanks for the dose of rust I seemed to have been down a pint. B
Thanks for the dose of rust today!
Hmmm... with that wavy top, it doesn't look like the rust is going to stand much longer.
Didn't even know I had a rust-o-meter, but yes, registered full!
Great title! Yep, rusty. Cool, though.
Good hit on my rust-o-meter!Good morning, T.
The older I get the more I appreciate the beauty of rusty ole things.Thanks for my daily dose, T.
love the rust!Tin Roof Rusted!
its the same the world over, wiggley tin. it seldom looks tidy.peter
It's strange how a little rust adds beautiful to something!
Oh, I love the shot of the eagle and flag below! And that rust "patina" is kind of beautiful! :)
The rust is probably what's holding everything together!
I never have a lack of rust around here, but I like your appreciation of it!
That's a whale of a lot of rust
Awww, looks neglected~
The shelter still charms at rust! Nice shots
Oh, he looks so sad & sick.
Yes, I'd say I got my fill for now. No need for more rust on my end... :-)
*haha* The ol' rust meter is way up there! Poor little barn... somebody needs to fix that thing up!
Now that is a bunch of rusted metal . . . perfect shade though for whatever . . .
Rust-o-meter!!!! LOVE IT!!!
my favorite part of the post is rust-o-meter. I love taking photos of old rusty things and this is certainly rusty. daddy would be up there with aluminum silver paint rolling away.
We just call this a beautiful shade of red and that sounds better than rust.......Rust sounds like work needs to be done on it LOL
rust is fascinating to see at work .. I should get a shot of our wrought iron window guards where the paint is peeling off, you can see this amazing rust below and the iron is looking very turquoise ..
I haven't, but I would love to cut a heart out of that rusty roof and hang it up by the front door!
Lol...you have a way with words. Yep, my rust-o-meter is full. :)
Love rust. My mind is racing thinking of everything I could do with those rust panels!
Smiles ..... wonderful speech. Maybe I rust up inside, of all the water I drink. Wishing you a good day. Hugs Hanne Bente
Hello. I'm very glad to visit your blog. Wonderfull post, Thank you!
Now I have had my dose of rust. sandie
Interesting roof....looks very very weathered. How have the shingles not been blown off by a storm?:)
I'd love to hear rain on the rusty metal roof.
I do oiling everyday.And shall continue to do so.No dose of rust required.
The shelter roof would be in great jeopardy if there was a violent wind storm that came through. That tin roof would fly off like dozens of weed whackers.
I get my dose of rust just getting out of bed in the morning!
haha...my rust-o-meter is overloaded, love your title!!great find!!
Take it down and build something new I say.
You almost make rust look pretty. Too bad it's so damaging.
I'm sure the cattle love the covered walkway and couldn't care less that it is rusty. Nice image!
I love the look of rustI call it nature's paintthat shelter is huge!reminds me of the covered walkway we had in high school, it was like walking to the electric chair ;)
Great barn!! I just love rusty rooves, it adds to the character.
Wow, that is a lot of rust. It looks like all it needs is a little love.
Rust away ... but at least that will be there longer than my shingles!
I wonder if rusty ole roof is for providing shade for livestock? Nice photo!
Super rust but I really like the leaning posts and the total misshapen form off the decaying shelter.
Rust is a must! There is oodles of rust to be had at Bodie Ghost Town which I will get to soon in our latest travels.
Thanks to you, I am rust-saturated. :-)Pearl
Hi Teresa...At my age I am plenty rusty ; } thank you anyway I'll pass!! lolI do like seeing old rusty roofs on barns though!!!grace
Hmmmmmm----I love seeing 'things' in front of barns... But--rust is usually not one of them!!!!!! ha ha Thanks for my dose of RUST today!!!! Now --do you want some of my WEEDS????? haHugs,Betsy
Rust and lots of it!!But still a pretty photo.x Fiona
Rust makes for good photos!
T, great colour in that old rust!
It does make for colorful??? photos! Great shots for the day as always!
I love photos that feature rust so this one makes me smile wide. :)
Indeed it is!Great shots.
I had my dose of rust yesterday when I moved a metal cabinet with the microwave on it. It had rusted the floor underneath. Mental note: Got to turn off the puter and clean more often.
Love the title! Thanks for fulfilling my rust ration for the day.
Oh the weathered beauty of rust!!
Dearest Theresa,That is a LOT of rust. I thought we would only see that in Indonesia, while living and working there. They use those corrugated roofs a lot and high in the mountains, with an enormous annual rainfall, it looks pitiful. Rust at its best. But now I see that Texas is competing!Love to you,Mariette
That is a sad sight. But, I love rust also!
Love those rusty roofs! My grandparents had a tin roof like that for years when I was little. So a little nostalgic for me. Wonderful images.
I thought it said "dust" and I was waiting for a photo of a dust devil
nice pics! they remind me of that childhood poem about the crooked man who walked a crooked mile...i can't recall but it probably mentioned rust also. ;o)
I didn't just want that rust,I needed that rust...Rust never sleeps!
Since you coined barnery and fencery, is this called rustery?
I have been wanting a pair of rust colored Capri pants. Maybe this will hold me for another day.
Hello, wonderfull post.Thank you...
Rdza będzie jadła i jadła daszek, a wreszcie on zniknie :-). Pozdrawiam.Rust will eat and eat peak, and finally to eat it :-). Yours.
How did you know I needed a dose of rust? You have now made my day complete! :) This looks like a great shelter for cows. Great photos and perfect title!
Rusty or not I bet the cows appreciate the shelter. :)
I will never ever get enough of old rusty barns. Such a pretty sight, rust and all.
My teeth are on edge from all that rust! :-) I love all these Texas-sized solutions for farm problems that you show on your blog. In Sweden they wrapped round bales of hay in white plastic and just left them in fields like huge white marshmallows. That wouldn't work in your high temps, would it?
I usually just see rusty old equipment around not rusty barns. Love it. Thanks for your kind comment today. Made my day.
I sure did. I've noticed that the barns down in the south are very different from up here.
LoL at Wayne's comment... Yep Yep, love the rust... every spec of it! Thanks for joining, TWG! =)
i'm sure the cattle love the shelter.thanks for my dose of rust today.
Thats really a large rusty roof :)
Yikes...kinda funny. I had a traveling painter show up on my farm last week, trying to sell me rust proofing for my barn roof. Perhaps he is seeking work in the wrong part of the country :)
Wow that's some serious rust going on there!
It's amazing it's still standing looking at the state of it..
That is Amazing! I've never seen such thing!Intriguing!Have a good night sleep, Theresa!
Old, rusty and worn. Abandoned? / Brita
I'm betting it's for hay!
Lol...rust-o-meter. I need one of those for my joints. Nice old rusty barn.
Now that is a strange looking shelter! I honestly don't see how it would keep anything dry in the rain at all! lol
I have a shed that's rusty but not that bad.
My Rust-O-Meter is, happily, going off big time. I just love scenes like this.
That's a lot of rust!!
Hi TexWisGirl, My bet is that the little shelter was for the animals - most would put the hay into a big barn or would simply tarp the huge bales. Who knows? Lots of rust, though. Nice scenic pictures. Have a good day tomorrow!
I like rust a lot... closeup and off in the distance.
The rust adds to that country charm, great find! Have a great evening!
I love rust....cool photos...
No rust today, thanks for sharing yours!!
Wow, we're not in Philly any more:@) Cool pics!
I like the coordinating rust on the two structures!
Me again.....I drove to the store today after reading/commenting on your blog post. A 1930 something car went roaring around me and it was completely rusted!!! I wonder if you can have an overdose of RUST????
Very rusty . . . love it!
It does look low... and like a strong wind might blow tin panels across the county!
LOVE rust! lol
Just rust on the brain...these photos are much nicer. :)xo Catherine
Sort of a pretty color actually.
I like rust on old barns and buildings, but this has more than its share! It's been around a while.
Yep, that's a lotta rust! :-)
Hmm...so that's rust?:)
What are those sheets? Looks to me like rusted aluminium sheets ( used as roofs and walls in Borneo.)Thanks for telling me that it was you I told my story to. I jotted a note, asked my friend and cousin for their photos, then I forgot it was you that inspired me to write the post.I will be going back to Borneo, the reunion is on july 7th. I will be rehashing that story of Mr. Lee.
cute title. (:
Good thing my tetanus shot is up-to-date!
Hey, they missed a spot when repairing the roof on the front building! ;-)
The rustomatic gauge is registering at full capacity. :)
Rusty shade for something. Nice contrast to the green, though. :)
The shelters looks still good enough to use! Liked the rust top
I wish they could put that color in a spray can. Lovely capture.
Wow...that's a lot of rust!
How funny! It looks like all the solar panels we see around here in California - only they're not rusty! Thanks for stopping by at my barn.
Are these 1st generation solar panels? No wonder they needed improvement
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