love their 'side' business!
Sun dried manure? I expected to see tomatoes. What a hoot! Love the barn!!!
lol...sundried manure...love what you did with the photos...
Hmmm....wonder if I could put up a sign like that and get some gullible people to clean my barns out for me! I love that first shot. Very nostalgic feel to it.
What a charmer and way cute sign!!
Love the barn. The sign made me laugh and then I thought our garden could use a truck load of that. lol
What a unique barn, and that sign is a real hoot! Good One!B.Raining here today, with the promise of that ugly white stuff tomorrow.B.
love that barn with the little cow heads...ha, funny sign!
love the sign and that barn. brought back a memory of our deceased dog Max. hubby is from PA and had always used the dried manure on plants. we moved in this house in 1989 and he planted bushes and got the bright idea of buying dried manure. he carefully spread it all around the new bushes and Max our great big dog who loved all things STINKY decided to roll over and over in it and soak up as much STINK as he could. that was the last time for manure. also hubby once planted fish guts around a plant, same story same dog same stink only worse
farmers....they sure are funny!!nice barn, it's so fun to see how we change from week to week!!
Nice to see small family farms are still in business. Great shot and blog facelift, Janis.Love the sign.. trucks on the way!hugs, Pam
Ha! Love that sign!
A cow barn & all the manure you want! What a barn & farm! Love the name so bigThanks so much for joining Barn Charm =)
Sooooo cute sign!!!Nice to see well kept barns.But then, the nearly-falling-down ones have their sad charm, too. :-)Gentle hugs,"Something about an old-fashioned Christmasis hard to forget."~~Hugh Downs
love that "bring a bag or a truck"!!
Your header photo got me in the Christmas spirit. Great barn shot, too!
I will bring both! Hehehe!The Barn
OMG love your farm edit!
Dairy barns are not common in Northeast Ohio! Cool to see. I was expecting tomatoes when I saw "sub dried" too. Don't want what they're selling on my pasta!
HA HA HA HA HA ... well sun - dried is how we did it growing up too. Unfortunately when you stepped on that sun dried pie, it would occasionally slip out under your foot because it was still gooey underneath. (:
Cool barn and sign! Love what you did to both.
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