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Another tired barn.

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Bernsy MN.

01-24-2013 14:29:19
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I wonder if this one is still standing after this weeks winds.




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j hikemper

01-24-2013 19:50:33
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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
over in Your Stories ,, about 50 stories down you can find a story i wrote that epitomizes these beautiful monuments to American rural life that was very prosperous and full of family pride :LEGACY of the FAMILY FARM and BARN"



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USAonly

01-24-2013 17:59:30
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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
Had a 36x68 barn on our farm when we moved here-would have cost $10-12000 to put a new roof on it! Two years ago we pushed in a hole and burned it-Put up a 60x120 pole shed with 16 ft. sidewall-Now we have a building we can use. BEST THING WE EVER DID!!!!!!!



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SweetFeet

01-24-2013 17:54:13
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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
Bernsy MN,
AWESOME! Thanks for posting.



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730 virgil

01-24-2013 17:45:17
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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
there are a number of these barns around here.a real crime that they were taken care of.
the corn crib here is a perfect example of this. someone gutted it and didn't reinforce it.it fall over in a windstorm



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JerryS

01-24-2013 17:16:12
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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  

Here's one I saw in Carthage, Mo., about a year and a half ago. Was there a few months ago and it had mostly collapsed. What a beauty it must have been in its day.



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Kevin S SC

01-24-2013 17:01:31
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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
In its hayday I coulda lived in a 500-800 sq foot corner and been in a better crib than Im in today.



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rick165

01-24-2013 16:38:54
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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
that is really sad what a loss.
RICK



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JOB

01-24-2013 16:27:42
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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
A little roof repairs, or a re-roof at one time and that barn would still look good. And some paint would have been helpful also. Those round roofed barns are the best. Where in MN. is the barn.



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Bernsy MN.

01-24-2013 18:13:34
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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to JOB, 01-24-2013 16:27:42  

That barn is about a Quarter mile East of I 35, East of Rutledge. It really was something, gabled windows and all. Took this pic a few miles away the same day.



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Just Another Old Geezer

01-24-2013 16:16:07
216.105.208.2



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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
Would love to peak inside to see how it was laid out or used in its day



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RayP(MI)

01-24-2013 15:43:17
207.241.137.116



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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
Someone sure worked hard on that one. Wonderful lines and style. Too bad those old structures are no longer useful, and not maintained. Sad



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Rick Kr

01-24-2013 15:08:20
198.105.227.109



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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
Most arent built with that kind of style and architecture today, thats for sure.

Rick



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Bruce from Can.

01-24-2013 14:54:01
70.29.126.151



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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
Once some ones pride and joy, no doubt,and a handsome barn.



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Nebraska Cowman

01-24-2013 14:44:40
166.182.3.236



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 Re: Another tired barn. in reply to Bernsy MN., 01-24-2013 14:29:19  
Oh WoW, That would have been a beautiful barn in it's heyday



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