day 80

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There’s something about old red barns in the country. As you drive past your eye naturally is drawn to them. They’ve stood the test of time through every season and there’s so much history in that old wood. These barns were built to last. The roofs may need replacing, but those old beams are sturdy. Not much that is built today fits that description. There’s something about knowing that these barns will still be there as my boys grow up.

Chris and Laura

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