I've spent the last few years visiting my mother's family's farm in Eastern Ontario. I've tried to document the life, the work, the people, the animals, the machinery and the various things I see over the 500 or so acres. The farm has been in the family for over 200 years, so I view it as an important place with important people.
This particular building is called the "back barn" and was once used regularly. It is now merely a place where machinery that is no longer used sits in retirement. It is slowly falling into disrepair but what's inside, including an antique boulder puller, is still protected from the elements.
I visit a few times a year and in all seasons. A new generation is now growing up on the farm so it may stay in the family for another few decades.