Horse Barn Charm

A sweet little red barn discovered near Chuckatuck, Va. (yes, that’s the real name of a town) on a recent Sunday afternoon drive. I see a horse depicted over the doors…..must be a horse barn.

horse barn1

And, there’s the horse!

horse and barn

Linking up to Barn Charm.


26 responses to “Horse Barn Charm

  1. i love that name, chuckatuck!

  2. mollieandalfie

    Haahaa Chuckatuck, What a cool name, just love the barn and the horse 🙂 xx00xxx

    Mollie and Alfie

  3. Love the horse over the door. I really like too the composition in the second shot.

  4. Hey, you guys were like, a quarter of a mile from us! Next time, stop in 😉 and yes, it’s fun living in Chuckatuck!

  5. Love that beautiful, red horse barn – and the name of the town! Thanks for stopping in at Cranberry Morning. 🙂

  6. I love horse barns! Especially red ones. 🙂

  7. There must be an interesting story behind Chuckatuck 🙂

  8. nice horse barn find, love the horse & the name Chuckatuck…

    thank you for joining

  9. I love the red barn AND the horse! I think “Chuckatuck” is a cool name. I suppose it is derived from a Native American word.

  10. It’s a nice little barn and it’s nice to see some green too. I love the name of the town! Pamela

  11. Love the name Chuckatuck! Great country photo. : )

  12. Sweet little red barn! Pretty scene.

  13. A great red barn ! Do I know where this one is ..?

  14. ~rofl~ Chuckatuck, what a jolly name. I can’t imagine a citizen ever saying it with a straight face when telling someone where they live. 😆
    I agree I think it may be a horse barn too. It’s a good looking barn and someone did a nice job on the horse.

  15. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    I know the name Chuckatuck sounds funny, but to us that grew up in that area we know the name and community well. Love the barn and the horse.

  16. That’s a great barn… the painted horse over the door!


  17. what a sweet place….and with a name like “chuck”, it has to be good!!

  18. Such a cute little barn and a pretty horse. Plus, I love that name!

  19. Great barn and great fence (though I realize that it’s not Friday, so I probably shouldn’t be focusing on the fence).

  20. Chuckatuck is the name the Nasemond tribe used to describe the creek which empties into the James River and has its headwaters near here. Loose translation: “Crooked Creek”. Believe I like Chucatuck better!

  21. Ummm, that’s Chuckatuck…. Oops. 😉

  22. Imagine that, you finding a horse to go with the barn! 🙂

  23. Charming red barn, fence and a horse to go with it!

  24. You’ve captured it all – barn – fence – horse – the feeling of spring! 🙂

  25. What a sweet looking barn. Thanks for sharing!

    Noteworthy Musings

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