Thursday, October 11, 2012

A drive in the country ~ Rural Thursday


This little abandoned building on the side of the road captured my husband's eye.
I wonder what it was used for? 
Personally, I think it would make a great play house!


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27 comments:

  1. Hi , I'm Anne from Life on the Funny Farm (http://annesfunnyfarm.blogspot.com) visiting from the Rural Journal.

    I love that you have an Anee Shirley quote. I was named after her!

    Anyway, it’s nice to "meet" you. I hope you can pop over to my blog and say hi sometime if you get the chance.

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    1. Hi Anne, Nice to "meet" you too! I was actually commenting on your blog post about kid's lunches at the same time you were here :) I wasn't named after AS but I do carry her nickname ~ Anne girl.

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    1. Thanks! It's kind of cute and looks lonely sitting all by itself.

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  3. Oh Anne I love that shot the old building may be a milk house but I am not positive. I do know I like it.:) B

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    1. Hey, I didn't think of that but you could be right! It's just out there...alone.

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  4. Oh cute! A little barn? Looks like it'd make a great little art studio for someone now.

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    1. Lisa, I would SO want that for a studio!!! Maybe I need my husband to build me one :)

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  5. Unique photo ~ wonder what it is or was? ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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    1. That has been the debate this morning :)

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  6. Hi Anne
    I love the picture. It's neat to think of all the history this little lonely building holds. Maybe it's one of the original Mother-in-law suites just placed a LOOONG ways from the house! :D

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    1. Oh Teresa! You crack me up, girlfriend!!!

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  7. that is interesting?? Perhaps a stop and go of long ago

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    1. That's an idea I hadn't thought about! Perhaps it was :) Thanks for coming by.

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  8. It looks like something that would be on the Little House on the Prairie.

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    1. Oh, You're right! I didn't watch that show too often but I can see it now :)

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  9. All my life I have dreamed of using a small building like this as a place to read and write. Very cool!

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    1. I think you're right in that it would be perfect for a secret reading nook! Have a great day!!!

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  10. It's charming!
    It seems a little out of place with no other buildings around it so it's hard to say what its use was. A playhouse would be perfect or I'd love a little craft studio.

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    1. Hi Carletta, Thanks for stopping by. It is charming and out of place, which is what caught the eye!

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  11. I would love to know the history of this little treasure. Wow.

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    1. Hey Missy,
      So would I! But I really doubt I'd be able to find it again, it was so off the beaten path :)

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  12. This is fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  13. I don't know what it is, but I know it was there before the road! It's so cute -- I'd use it for a tool shed. :)

    Thanks so much for sharing at Rural Thursdays, Anne.

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    1. Hey Nancy,
      You know, I hadn't thought about the road situation but I do believe you are right! A tool shed would certainly be a good use for it :) I know we could use another one!

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  14. I missed this post in the fall when you posted it. This building is the cutest!!!!! I love it too. Can you imagine fixed up how cute this would be? How about for guests as a guest house? ♥♥
    Laurie

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    1. A guest house would be cool! Definitely unique :) Happy New Year!

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