On a recent trip to visit relatives in Oklahoma, we drove out to the old Brown estate where my mother and her ten siblings were raised.
This barn was built in about 1931, when the family moved from the other side of Massey Creek to this location. The old house was situated to the right of this image and a path/road led between the two down to the shops behind and below.
The barn was built out of the oak triees that grew here. My grandfather and uncles Boots, Bert, Cliff, and Washie cut those trees then had them cut into planks by a nearby relative who owned a sawmill. My uncle Bert told me there "was many a bent nail that fell to the ground during construction." The barn is typical of old barns and will soon be gone.