If you've visited here before, you know we're often cruising some of the back roads (and sometimes not so back roads) of the areas we visit. And you also know that I love quilts. So when I spy a Barn Quilt, I try to quickly catch a photo as we drive by. Sometimes I'm not successful and the picture is blurry or crooked or I miss my subject completely and end up with a photo of a telephone pole or road side weeds. If you really want to see some great photos and stories of Barn Quilts, check out Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail.
I really need to document a little better where my barn quilt photos are taken. This one is somewhere in Western Kentucky in May of this year.
This one is at the Stream Cliff Farm just a few miles north of us. And I actually was able to get off the bike to take this photo!
I'm not sure where this one was taken, but it was somewhere near here, either in northern Kentucky or Southern Indiana on DH's birthday when we rode with friends in these areas.
This barn quilt was found in Michigan on our vacation there in July. I believe it was in Peninsula Township north of Traverse City. I'd hope to add to my collection of Barn Quilt photos because I know there are several on the roads we hope to travel next week. But right now, with one motorcycle in the Harley hospital and the "back up" Yamaha ( the one that DH is supposed to sell but I guess maybe it's a good thing he hasn't) needing a new tire, my photos might be taken from the passenger seat of the RV !
Hope everyone is having a great September!