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Monday, December 1, 2014

Rubbish Tuesday


Tuesday brings us interesting vintage finds or rubbish.  At http://rubbishbyroan.blogspot.com, you will enjoy the sights featured.


Sad, but they appear to be patching it up.  Do not think it will stand much longer tho.



18 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

wow, that's the epitome of ramshackle. :)

Ginny said...

Oh my gosh, what is it, or should I say what was it? A storage shed, a small barn?

Tom said...

Oh my, where would you start? Tom The Backroads Traveller

Karen S. said...

A whole lot of TLC and presto!

Linley S said...

Fingers crossed that it stands the next strong wind.

lorik said...

I love taking sheds just like that too. I think they are beautiful...and I hope your one does stay up a bit longer. Imagine its history:)

Roan said...

This one needs some serious patching! Nice find!

Judy said...

You are right about it not lasting too much longer!! I love the variety of patch jobs!!

W. Latane Barton said...

Oh golly. That building is destined for the trash pile. Too sad.

George said...

I'd say this is almost past the point where some TLC will fix things up.

Marie said...

Another sad but beautiful barn!

Tete said...

You never know. Its been there a long time and will probably be there after we are gone.

Adam said...

looks like the only thing it can stand is a light wind

Cranberry Morning said...

I wonder how long it will stand. Glad you got the photo.

Felicia said...

great rubbish find LV

Diana Petrillo said...

Love it! Love your energy and commitment to living life to its fullest, too :)

Heart2Heart said...

Ah love old buildings. Such a rich history behind them that we will probably never know but love imagining what might have been. I'll have to think about what this one makes me think of, perhaps a home that was passed along from one generation to another. The home built by a man who was providing a home for his future wife and family to fill. They were a modest family and didn't seek the riches of life outside, but instead found the biggest treasures came not from what money could buy, but what it couldn't. Love, the love that lasts longer than we do and one that can still be felt whenever one wanders through the broken pieces of timber and hears the whispers of the past.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Amy Burzese said...

Oh me. That is a sad one.