Tuesday, July 29, 2014
A Nebraskan Barn
It's been a great week and I have been busy with the kiddos, the County Fair, and I am finally getting some produce from the garden to can.
I wanted to share this picture of the big red barn.
I really miss seeing these giants dot the landscape and I appreciate everyone who has taken the time to restore their barn to it's former glory. It has been said that the barn was typically built better than the house. Farmers and Ranchers painted them red, typically, because red paint was the cheapest. This photo was taken at Stuhr Musem in Grand Island, Nebraska earlier this summer.
In honor of my love for the State, I thought I would share a fun post, shared by Christine at Movoto, about things a person should know before moving to Nebraska. Some tips are truer than others, but I think it depends what side of the State you live on.
Please check it out- it's a fun read- especially if you are from "The Good Life" State!