Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Tuesday Hop and A Joyful Cottage Giveaway

I've been off grid for a few days, out of town attending to business, but I'm baaack and ready to do the blog hop. 

For Barn Charm I found this archived photo of 
The Red Barn Pumpkin Farm in Eaton, Colorado. 
This was taken in the fall of 2010. 
This working pumpkin farm is the most charming place. I love the cute vintage trailer that the owners use as an office and resting place when the farm is open.
While many bloggers are posting photographs of daffodils and other blooms right now, here in the Rockies spring is still a delightful dream. But there is still beauty to be found in
 Rocky Mountain National Park.

This photo is my submission for Our World Tuesday.

Endo Valley, RMNP

Today is the debut of my new blog: A Joyful Cottage. <--- Click on the link right there to hop on over and enter our great international giveaway. The lucky winner will receive a Dennis Reinke art print. All the details for entering are on the blog, so get your little self to that site right now and join in the fun.

Blessings and hugs,


Nancy














25 comments:

  1. what a view. we need spring here in virginia asap. i'm so ready. great barn & i love the view of the mountains. just gorgeous!! (:

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    1. I'm longing to see the wildflowers on the mountainsides.

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  2. Love the snow view still the best:) When you're on my "old" blog" you'll see a link (the coffee cup) to my current blog "Artistique" - hope you'll drop by there from now on (unless you like to see my art, of course at ART NOTES)!

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    1. I have been following your newer blog. Thanks for stopping by. God bless.

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  3. Really amazing scene! I love the beautiful snowy landscapes you are still experiencing! I clicked on the link and it said that webpage wasn't available! I've saved you as one of my friends so will try to access it directly from my blog.

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    1. I'm sorry you had trouble with the link, Marie. I tried it several times and it's working fine. You should be able to use it, but if you still have trouble please let me know. Thanks and God bless.

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  4. a very pretty little barn! and the snow is gorgeous since we've not had any here this year...

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    1. Thanks for visiting. I love your photos.

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    1. Thanks. Your round barn is a beauty.

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  6. A beautiful barn and I love the shot of the mountains. Gorgeous scenery!

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    1. I just came from your blog, Eileen. Your Gettysburg photos are just great. Thanks for stopping by. Always good to see you here.

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  7. I don't see any barns like that on my travels.... great barn, great pic.
    Blessings for your new blog also, lovely pic.

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    1. Thanks, Jan. Your comments always lift me up. God bless you.

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    1. Hi Cliff. Hope things are beautiful in your world.

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  9. Looks like the barn was recently constructed, but I could be wrong. Either way -- it's a lovely place to sell pumpkins! :)

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    1. It is, indeed, a newer barn Nancy. The family built it themselves and use it for family gatherings when not in use for the farm.

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  10. The Red Barn Pumpkin Farm... that's fun to say! LoL! Beautiful barn =)
    Thanks so much for joining =)

    Beautiful Rockies, too! WoW!!!

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    1. And thank you, Tricia, for hosting Barn Charm. I love seeing all the different Barn architecture. No matter what condition they are in. God bless.

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  11. Oh my goodness- that's a pretty view- ahh Colorado! One of my favorite places to vacation. Love that barn too.

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  12. Beautiful photos.

    Regards and best wishes

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  13. Absolutely charming barn! Cool tractor too with a little red wagon to keep it company!

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