This is a round barn that is being closed in on by "progress." Developers want to tear it down and expand their shopping center that you can see on the left in the back ground. Others are trying to save the unique barn and make it a historical site. If the housing market hadn't bottomed out I am sure the barn would be gone, but now there is extra time to try and save the round barn. Are we going to leave any history to future generations besides strip malls?