Posted on September 19, 2019
Snapped this on a trail walk. ~Vic
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Nice pic. 🙂 That poor barn has seen better days though.
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I love old barns and wish they could all be restored, either as barns or homes.
That would be so cool.
I like them…I loved houses in the seventies that was shaped like barns…at least they were different
Eek. Every time I see a barn-shaped house, I think Amityville Horror! But, that’s just me and my crazy brain.
Well mine isn’t sane either! Oh I LOVE the design of that house…except the blood dripping out of the walls and stuff…I would pass on that.
I remember my sister had a friend…Sherry…her family lived in a big house that was shaped like a barn….part of it…it was a split level….her dad worked for Pepsi…red white and blue all through the house from Pepsi products…Sherry was hot and she was the only one of my sisters friends who treated me great.
See…where my brain went lol…off the beaten path.
“GET OUT!” LOL!
I can’t imagine living in a home that looked like an advertising campaign.
I remember split levels. They don’t make those much anymore. Very 70s.
Just have a flashback? LOL!
I love split levels. My dream home was a split level…long ranch style and at the end the barn style…we put in a bid for 200,000…which was more than we could afford but we did…a doctor came and paid cash for it…and that was that. I still drive by it and sigh.
That house was so 70s that I swear you could hear the Jackson 5 when you walked in the door lol. The kitchen was brick and had a hearth….
Damn another flashback!
I thought they were cool, too…minus the barn part.
I’ve seen some brick hearths in kitchens, here but, these houses…many are 100+ years old, 200+ years old.
Speaking of the 70s and your “room”, did I tell you that I have an uncut sheet of The Bionic Woman bubblegum cards?
Oh that is cool! I love bubblegum cards. I had some Peanuts (Charlie Brown etc) uncut sheets before…but the Bionic Woman…that has to be rare.
I had over a 1000 baseball cards…but I stored them in an old shed…and mice got to them…complete sets of 76-79 seasons…I would like to cry when I think about them…and I had some Hank Aarons and Mickey Mantle.
GAWD. You wouldn’t believe how many bubblegum cards I have. I also have the upgraded, 1990s Skybox & Topps stuff. OY.
I love them…I’ve had a few Beatles cards before also. You are into them. Wow that had to cost some.
You have no idea. Remnants of my ex in the 90s. I have two full binders of nothing but X-Files. Binders of Marvel cards. He kept all the Star Trek & Babylon 5 stuff. Promos, etched foils, metallic chase cards…GEEZUS. I don’t know what to do with all of it.
That was the era of the “special edition” in all cards
It was a windfall for the companies. They sit in a chest of drawers, now.
What is the worth now? Some are probably worth quite a bit.
Not a clue. I thought Non-Sport Update magazine had gone out of business but, apparently not. I used to get those, regularly.
I may need to contact them. I have a bunch of shit.
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