Historic Building associated with the early Copper mines of the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan.
I do like the "No trespassing" sign.
I am still gazing at your wonderful assortment of pots of herbs. They must get some sunlight to be clustered so near the house. Mine are scattered through the garden, but with the trees around our lot growing taller the sunlight is growing thinnner. I have all the chile pepper plants along the driveway where it is very hot in summer. My shed looks better than this shed, but it is in need of repair. Someday.....
DIANNE -- They get morning sun and filtered afternoon sun. I too have many trees that I have to work around. Storage sheds can be pristine or primitive such as this one. In central Kentucky these vestiges of the past are disappearing. I record them as someday there will be none. thanks -- barbara
Sheri -- that sign caught my eye. I wonder if they really do have a problem with trespassing? The photo was taken in a small town. Thanks -- barbara
Good picture. In my experience, the more storage space one has, the more junk one accumulates.
Vicki -- It does seem that way for some folks. Perhaps that it why it is so difficult to downsize. -- thanks --- barbara
When I see old sheds like that I have to wonder what treasures are inside.
NCmountainwoman -- I bet you would find a treasure or two. I imagine your part of the country has lots of good things hidden away in just such sheds. -- barbara
Yeah! I am so glad I can now post comments on your blog. I've been trying for days. I love the horseshoe on top of the door. sheds are wonderful things, an early version of storage buildings.
Janet, Blogger sometimes complicates comments. At times, I too have trouble leaving folks comments.I did notice the horseshoe too and thought it was a nice country touch. Thanks for the nice comments -- barbara