Old Barns are such an important part of America and our history . . .
They are a reminder of our heritage, of the strength and perseverance of those who came before us. The timbers in many of these old barns were harvested from ancient forests and hewn to size with hand tools.
They have survived through many generations and, while all around them has changed, they have remained constant. They bring our past into the present and remind us of our traditions
– they reassure us with their permanence and reinforce our connection with the land.
They are worth preserving . . .