Last week I posted two Mail Pouch barns and promised two more this week. All of the barns were along a nearby route in my county.
Above is the first barn this week. As we rounded a turn in the road this one easily grabbed my attention. The side of the barn with the ad faced the road. As you can see the paint job has been kept up quite well on that side of the barn. A closer look and the rest of the barn doesn't seem to be as well cared for.
Coming around another turn this was the scene. With no place to pull off I had to take this through the windshield. This one was in a lovely setting with the fall foliage behind it. It was midday so lighting is pretty harsh as well.
A little closer look at the barn and the ad. I like how the ground was built up to allow access to the door. When going through the photos I realized I should have taken a picture of the small farmhouse as well. It is in front of the barn.
On the other side of the farmhouse was this trio of buildings. You can see the roof of another barn in back and then the smaller barn in front with a smaller wooden garage like barn to the left.
The fields were cut and clean but I didn't see any livestock of any kind. I don't believe it was a working farm at the present time.
Linking to Tricia's Barn Charm.