All barns tell a story. They reflect the generation that built them and the generation that still respects them and uses them. Barns tell alot about the past as well as what is going on right now.
The barns in the higher elevations stand alone in their fields, all the leaves gone from their companion tress. Barns in the lower elevations are still enjoying the colorful leaves that flutter at their doors.
As if the onslaught of emails, phone calls, TV adds, plastic signs, hostile debates and political fliers weren't enough...someone had the gall to use a century old barn as a bulletin board.