The roofing is long gone, but the nails remain on the south side of Grandpa's lean-to shed.
Some old machinery is propped up near the Schwarzbarn.
The age of this corral fence is indicated by the lichens that have taken up residence.
A wooden axle is stashed in a manger from some long-dismantled wagon.
Coils of barbed wire hang in a corner, waiting for something to contain.
I can't help but wonder if this is just the way he left this stuff.
Grandpa, what are you up to in here?
Into the lean-to shop, where the roof has seen better days. But a nice view.
A pair of old light switches set to "off" in the Schwarzbarn.
Shaun builds a still life from barn relics.
Red paint is still sticking on the north end of the Schwarzbarn.
From the northwest, a view of the Schwarzbarn.
West elevation of the Schwarzbarn.
Southwest view of the loft opening of the Schwarzbarn.
Southwest view of the Schwarzbarn.
The south side of the Schwarzbarn. Except it isn't black.
The south side from the southeast.
The Wolters Web? It needs a name...
It's a matrix up there. I wish I could have seen them build it.
Did we really jump out that opening? I recall straw bales stacked right to the sill.
Some of the roof is gone at the peak, but Grandpa August Wolter's roof framing is solidly in place.
Up the stairs and into the loft.
Still-solid bridging supports the loft floor above.
Not sure if the barn was built in 1930, or just this section.
Although thoroughly weathered, the Schwarzbarn's west side is still straight and true.