Thankfully, the historic horse barn, built in the late 1800s, survived with minimal damage, losing only a few pieces of siding here and there. The huge oak timbers, held together with oak mortis and tenon construction, kept it intact.
The cattle barn didn’t fare so well, being reduced to a pile of boards, shingles and concrete.
The photos in that post from March 29 are the last known pictures of this barn known to exist before it was destroyed.
Update: The tree is actually still alive.
Another tree was destroyed as well, but it and its neighbor had been dying for several years anyway.
Regardless, the natural beauty of the area is still present.