Since I’m working on my barn quilt blocks, I thought I’d share some photos of barns in Ohio and New York. Here in Ohio, there are many barns that proudly display Ohio’s Bicentennial logo for the celebration in 2003.
The barn below is a bit weathered but we can still see it was part of the celebration.
Below are links to some other beautiful barns in Ohio and New York.
Of course I would be remiss if I didn’t include the “official” gray barn that Sandy and I know so well!
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Thank you so much for the beautiful pictures today.I love covered bridges and old barns. I live in Southeast Ohio know of a few of the locations. Fall is a wonderful time to take a road trip to see the local scenery. I enjoy your blogs.
Thank you, Louverna! The colors just keep getting better, especially the sugar maples. We love Southeast Ohio and for us, it’s a beautiful place to visit.
Great barns! I especially love the “official” gray barn. Take care, Mary.
Thank you, Mary!