Homeward Bound From Kansas/ThursdayDoors

The Badge

When the weather is hot and the vehicle you’re riding in is nice and cool, you tend to do more drive-by photos. That is one reason at least. Other reasons may be lined up for future posts. But for now, this is my story and I’m stickin’ to it.

That is one tall barn but the silo sure does dwarf it!

Doors are hard to see but one is bright teal. The barn to the left is naturally heated and air-conditioned. Sorry if you don’t get my humor there.


Side note about the gate above. Is it a pond or a lagoon? Signage may signify the later? Don’t swim or fish there before reading. Just sayin.

New planting

Windmill farms in these last 2 photos off in the distance.

If only I had brought a camera with a zoom lens, I’d know if that center barn displays a barn quilt. I’ll be charging mine up for the next time. And hopefully slowing for a little better photo. This is one nice spread of barns and outbuildings that just doesn’t show up very well on a cell phone camera.

Open door

This is my last donation for Thursday Doors this week. Thanks for your time and I hope you’ll spare some for Dan over at No Facilities where he’ll be happy to show you where to find more fabulous doors! Have a wonderful weekend!



  1. I understand the drive-by situation. We don’t want to stop and get out, but we still want a picture. Yep, I have lots of those, I think the next time I’m in Iowa, I’m going to ask my brother to drive me past some barns I haven’t seen yet.

    These are great, That silo is HUGE! I like your comment about the pond. One could be in for a rude awakening.

    I hope you have a great weekend,

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