All the windows in the barn are dirty and or broken. A good majority are opaque plastic so the horses/cows could not break them.
Especially dirty is this one in the calf barn where Indigo and Sheba
I was grooming Indigo the other day when part of the window in the old milk house came crashing to the ground (but suprisingly did not smash into pieces), scaring the living daylights out of me.
Then theres this lightbulb out in the barnyard. I don't know what it's deal is nor do I recall it working. Somewhere along the line it got a leak. Water collects in it all the time and stays there even when we only had one day of rain in the whole month of August up until this Saturday afternoon.
I love old barn windows, even the broken ones. They have such character just like the old weathered red wood around it. It tells a story of the years it withstood all sorts of weather wile letting sunlight in. Now birds crash into it because the top is open and the bottom isn't. Silly birds.
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