There is a seemingly never-ending supply of old barns and farm buidlings in this area that have seen better days. Some are vacated and left to fall down, others are still in use until it is no longer safe to go near them. Such is the case with the farm pictured below. And while city folk may view this trend as a crying shame - because many of these buildings are quite beautiful - the fact is it costs a lot of money to keep a barn in good repair. And often times, farmers just don't have that kind of money . . . .