Yesterday I visited an antique store that was located inside an old dairy barn.
Many crafts, vintage quilts and old housewares were exhibited where the old milking parlor use to be.
Stacks of old bowls, pewter, cast iron pans, milk bottles and butter churners were standing where the bulk tank use to be.
This old wheel dates back to 1888.
The farm has continually been occupied by families of farmers since 1880.
The barn is as worn out as the weathervane ( headless).
As I wandered through the isles of great old junk, this particular piece caught my eye. I didn't have the purchase price, so I took a quick pic and went to look at the other old old old stuff that filled this once thriving dairy farm.
Every farm I stop at has been an adventure. This one was a real treasure, inside and outside.
Every year there are less and less barns standing on American soil.
Appreciate the ones you see as you drive by them.