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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Fence Hunt . . .

 grape vines on fence

 interesting wood and wire fence
snow/sand fence on wooded hill near a dune near Lake Michigan
 
 fence sightings
on an early evening ride
a few nights ago
~
Thanks for hosting Theresa

 
I will be keeping my fence hunting quiet for a few days
while I spend some time in Chicago
with my girlfriends, shopping, visits and such.
Tomorrow evening we will be enjoying
Bette Midler
in concert at the
United Center
I am looking forward to seeing her!
~
Until next time, 
Love, Lynne 


23 comments:

Margaret Adamson said...

WOW! That would be wonderful to see Bette Midler in concert. Anyway some greast fences in this post.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Lynne, wonderful fence scenes! And the Chicago trip with the girlfriends sounds awesome! Have a happy weekend.

Kim said...

Sounds like a ton of fun, Lynne. I love Bette Midler, I bet she puts on a great show! Enjoy!

Barbara Lilian said...

Oh Lynne I'm so envious, I'd love to see her live. Recently on English TV they showed a documentary of her in concert. She's so natural and has such an infectious bubbly personality. Enjoy yourself.

TexWisGirl said...

enjoy that fun time!! thanks for the fencery! i like that neat step-down wood and wire one. :)

Pamela Gordon said...

I like all of these fences Lynne. How exciting to see Bette Midler in concert! I hope you have a fantastic time!

Cranberry Morning said...

You bagged quite a few great fences on your hunt, Lynne! Have a great time in Chicago.

Karen S. said...

I just adore a good hunt, and that one was perfect, at first you barely can see it, a very cool way to fence. Doesn't block the view. Enjoy your concert I know you'll love it.

Gail said...

Great fences and great news. Enjoy!

Missy George said...

Great fences..Enjoy Bette..She's super...

Buttons Thoughts said...

Great fences Lynn have fun in the windy city and ejoy Bette. Hug B

Connie said...

Your post was so lovely.
Bette Midler!
Have a great time.
Your blogging sister,
Connie :)

Latane Barton said...

Nice photo of the grapevines on the fence. That fence is doing double duty. You have a wonderful visit in Chicago...

Retired Knitter said...

I have enjoyed the pictures of fences on your blog. So many interesting examples. I live in the planned city of Columbia MD. Early in the city's history - fences were considered a no-no. "Community" was the goal and fences were seen as a barrier to community. Over time that restriction was lowered. Fences were allowed - but only fences that were "approved." I guess I can see the wisdom of that because not all fences are attractive. But "approved" was limited to only certain types, and as a result some of the examples you showed would not be allowed. And that is too bad. Uniformity was not the best answer when the goal is "community." At least I don't think so. Thanks for the lovely pictures.

Ida said...

Great fences here today. I really like the wood/wire one and all that lush greenery and flowers nearby. - Enjoy the concert.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Bette was a favorite of my husband Pat and I. What a wonderful time you will have!
Think of me while you are there..she is just a wonderful talent! Enjoy, Lynne.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Sheesh! I would forget my head.. Your fences were great! The grape one, I've never seen anything like it except in our vinyards and those aren't "fences"...all of them were lovely.

Musings from Kim K. said...

I hope you are having a fabulous time in Chicago! What fun!!

Kerin said...

Great fences!
Of course I am partial to the wood and wire fence :)

Have a wonderful time with your 'girls' day, and concert going.

~K.

carolann said...

BM I like. Lucky you. Enjoy!

I like all your fences.

Gillena Cox said...

how awesome is that; luv Bette Milder

have a nice Friday

much love...

Felicia said...

you found some lovely fences. have a wonderful time in Chicago.

Christian Renwick said...

Fencing for a garden is always a great idea, as it protects the garden from outsiders without compromising its beauty. I like all the fences you have shown, especially the one with the grape vines. It’s really good for decoration, and it looks very natural to boot! Thanks for sharing!

Christian Renwick @ Altitude Fence And Deck