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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

An Old Farm House In The Snow

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Webster Road . Botetourt County

I've shown you this old house back in the fall...you can see that picture HERE

This was taken on Monday...school is out again today. Happy kids! Happy mom!

Linking with Tom's Tuesday's Treasures & Our World Tuesday

26 comments:

  1. Hi Tanya
    A great, old farm house, but no one more live here?
    or at least?
    Greetings Sadie

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  2. Snow makes everything look nice.

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  3. Great photo. I see so many old farm houses when shooting barns.

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  4. I would hate to heat an old house like that,wait a minute, I do! I got the car dug out so I could go to a dental appointment yesterday. Of course no school here either, maybe tomorrow.

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  5. Love these old houses, but man are they a bear to heat!!

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  6. Are you out and about? I am still stuck because of the icey conditions on my Bridge to Somewhere and all the area where we part our cars and the road getting up and out. If I was still teaching,I would be doing a Happy Dance”. I bet we are closed again tomorrow. There is just too much freezing over of the day’s melt for the buses to go out. Sometime it is NICE to get old and be at home :-)

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  7. That house has great bones and would be something special restored!

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  8. It looks quite stark among the snow.

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  9. Brrrr...it sure looks cold there! Saying hello from sunny, warm Naples, FL

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  10. Lovely old farm house. We ended up with 30 inches of snow. School is out here too.

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  11. A bit of paint and hours of work will turn it into a nice and lovely home :)

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  12. You have a wonderfully stark photo of this cold, abandoned house. It looks quite lonely, and oh so cold.

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  13. This is one of those I really wish could talk. And can't imagine what it would cost to heat and cool.

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  14. Such a lovely house. And I wish work was out tomorrow, lol, but no chance of that happening!!

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  15. That ol' house looks right at home ensconced in the snow. Probably needs a bit of TLC, though.

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  16. What a great old place. Looks like they have plenty of firewood to stay warm. Great photo.

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  17. It needs a little love :) We are back in session tomorrow with a 1-hour delay. Can't wait to see how that goes! lol

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  18. Love that house! Does anyone live there? You always find such interesting things to photograph!

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  19. Thanks Tanya for sharing your snowy Virginia scene. Up in my neck of the woods we didn't get a flake! I hope that you will return again.

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  20. It looks sp lost... would be like to living there...
    Snow makes it pretty

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  21. That's a lovely design Tanya, a good solid farmhouse.. looks gorgeous in winter but lovely in fall too.

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  22. That's a lovely design Tanya, a good solid farmhouse.. looks gorgeous in winter but lovely in fall too.

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  23. That is a pretty farmhouse. I wish the link ups weren't being so difficult this week.

    I am ill so my comment was delayed.

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  24. That is a pretty farmhouse. I wish the link ups weren't being so difficult this week.

    I am ill so my comment was delayed.

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