Sunday, April 17, 2011

The Duey Barn


The Duey gambrel style barn is located at the far end of Sitkum Lane, east of Myrtle Point. It was built as a dairy by Ivan and Daisy Laird in the 1930's. It is now owned by Don and Paula Duey who raise beef cattle and store hay in the barn.

5 comments:

slommler said...

Oh so beautiful! I love old barns!
Hugs
SueAnn

artistamyjo said...

What a grand old Barn. I imagine it has many stories to tell.
Hugs, Amy

ArtSnark said...

gorgeous! Looks ready-made for a lovely traditional pastel or other piece

Mya said...

Maybe an old barn represents an earlier time, a time when everyone understood the importance of good land and a productrve yield, in someways, not so much an easier time, but perhaps a calmer one. It makes me wonder if there is something within our spirit that connects with scenes such as this.

Irene Weldon said...

The Duey Barn is where I spent hours playing, reading or hiding in the hayloft. Also fed the cows for Ivan & Daisy when they had to travel. Many happy memories living in the old post office.