Revisiting Post

We’re out of the “office” today so I thought I’d share one of my favorite posts from the past with you.  Our property holds an amazing 1880’s barn and even some remaining 1882 Elwood barbed wire!  Until we return, enjoy your stroll around our property and seeing the sights of an 1880’s farm.

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13 thoughts on “Revisiting Post

  1. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes

    Isn’t it amazing to think the stories that could be told about that old farm? We can’t wait to see what you share at tomorrow’s All My Bloggy Friends!

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    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      It is Jamie – I can almost envision the hard-working folks that used to stroll this land so long ago! ~TMR~

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  2. Mary@Back to the Basics!

    Thanks so much for sharing this history Thanks so much for linking up at the Creative HomeAcre Hop. Hope to see you again this Sunday! back2basichealth.blogspot.com/2013/05/the-creative-homeacre-hop-im-co-host.html

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    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      Oh I love old buildings too! Such whisperings of the past if you listen carefully enough. ~TMR~

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  3. Angela

    I grew up on a farm and this reminds me of my past 🙂 I’m hosting a new linky party at hickorytrailblog.blogspot.com/2013/05/efforts-and-assets-linky-party-1.html I would love to have you! Angela

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    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      Nothing like a sweet stroll down childhood memory lane, huh Angela. Glad you enjoyed this post. Thanks for the linky invite – I’ll “hop” right over! ~TMR~

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    2. Angela

      You were featured this week at hickorytrailblog.blogspot.com/2013/05/assets-and-efforts-linky-party-2.html Thanks, Angela

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  4. Summers Acres

    I really enjoyed your original post of the old barn. It has so much character. I just love old barns. I am so glad that ya’ll did not tear it down and that you took the time and effort to repair it. Thanks for sharing with us! I hope you join us again this Thursday at: The HomeAcre Hop ~Ann

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    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      Funny how meaningful this old barn is to me, even more-so since we went through the measures to save it. I look forward to it’s proud history reaching many more years into the future. ~TMR~

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