We came across a converted barn. We think it was turned into offices. What intrigued me was the cupola.
What a beauty. This one was octagonal.
The next day I came across this cupola on a working barn. The slate roof was a nice feature.
As you journey down the country roads you come across interesting buildings . . .
. . . and even old-time general stores (this one is still the local post office and has a mechanical cash register)!
Of course there is the traditional covered bridge.
I came across these concrete pillars. I knew what they were. Any idea?
Here's a hint. They are supports for a special building. Here is an old version of one.
See how the building is set up off the ground.
This was a granary. The building was set off the ground to keep rodents out of the grain. The pillars were for a corn crib - keeping the corn off the ground also.