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Thursday, June 5, 2014

All About Fences . . .


 
We drove across the state this past weekend for a family reunion
and on our way home I asked Mr. IGH to stop along the way
so I could take some pictures of fences. 

I liked this white fence surrounding a horse farm
and loved that blue sky too. 

He wondered why "fences," I explained, 
something to do with blogging
and a meme called  
Good Fences



that brought on even more questions. 
I told him I would forward my post on to him
so he could take a look.
 

 I liked the white fence but
when we pulled off the road into a
park like area, I saw this fence
and liked it best. 
 
How about you,
any fence photos available.
Why not join in,
you'll meet Theresa and the
Run-a-Round Ranch
and that always is a wonderful visit.
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Until next time,
Love, Lynne
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*****ATTENTION - UPDATE*****
It has been brought to my attention
(thanks Linda) 
that Cocoa Bean Shell Mulch can be a danger to animals.
GOOGLE cocoa bean mulch, danger for dogs for more information.
 article by MLive/Ann Arbor

19 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

love the clean, white fencing on the horse ranch, but the wooded and green area is just perfect, too.

hope mr. igh gets it, now, and starts helping you spot some fencery! :)

bj said...

I love both your fences here...
and Mr. Sweet is always on the look-out for fences...for animals...for barns...for PINK for Pink Saturday...blues for Blue Monday...hahhaa...all these link parties are so fun and keep life interesting.
Thanks a bunch for following me...I am following you right back.
Have a Happy Weekend....

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

oh yes I too love the clean looking fences and the scenery.

Thumbs up Lynne.

My entry is up on my blog.

Buttons said...

Oh I love the white horse fence but I have to admit I love the old rail one better. Just a matter of old verses new I guess. Great shots. B

Jen Vandervoort said...

Pamela, lovely fence shots...everything looks so green and lush out there.

Jen

Karen said...

White fences are a sure sign of a horse farm. I like the rail fence, it blends in with the surroundings so beautifully.

BumbleVee said...

so clean, white and pristine looking...

Beth said...

The white fence is gorgeous! Great shots!

RobinfromCA said...

I love both fences. The contrast of the white with the green grass and blue sky is beautiful. The split rail fence along the park is equally as lovely.

Thanks for mentioning the cocoa bean mulch. It looks great and smells great but it is poison to animals like chocolate is.

Ruth Kelly said...

That fence has such a natural look to it so it just blends in with the trees.

Rose said...

I like both styles of fencing, but the weathered one pulls at the heartstrings more.

marilyn said...

great fences....i am always partial to the ones that blend in with nature...

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That first photo takes my breath away! I even said how beautiful...out loud when I saw it! The blue sky really sets it off! Enjoy your week! Hugs, Diane

eileeninmd said...

I like all your fence shots,the white is pretty for the horse farm! Great shots, have a happy day!

Missy George said...

Living near Hershey Pa..I know about cocoa bean mulch...It never bothered my cats though..I love that split rail fence as well...

Sarah Huizenga said...

I love a good fence. Corner posts are the best!

Ida said...

Oh I think the white fence really stands out with that gorgeous blue sky. Weathered fences have more character though. Both are nice.

Brian King said...

Beautiful photos! Love the white fence!

Felicia said...

I like the rustic wood fences best too.