Thursday, June 2, 2016

Fence Hunt . . .

My Mister Kennedy happened onto a few fences the other day.
He sent them on to me.
Here they are for you!

We found this tree stump fence row below
while taking a look at a new natural park area a few days ago.

I must include this picture of
"Little Miss Great Grand"
having a great time exploring at her grans and gramps
Isn't this a "wonderful happy on the hunt look"!
She is in her own "little two year old world" of bliss.

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eileeninmd said...

Hello, great fence finds. You have your hubby trained well to find take these photos for you :)

Your great grand is living and loving life,she is so sweet. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

Nancy's Notes said...

Great fences! Aww, your little Missy is adorable, two year olds are so much fun!!

Ida said...

What a great selection of fences. I enjoyed them all. Your little granddaughter is just adorable looking. They are so fun at that age.

Gail said...

That's a nice variety of fences and a very happy child.

Margaret Adamson said...

Great selection of fences he sent you adn that last shot is priceless

Deanna said...

You do find some good fences on your travels and your little great grand is absolutely precious! They are such a delight at this age!!

TexWisGirl said...

adorable imp explorer. thanks, mr. fence hunter.

Jeanie said...

Did you ever hear of the old bottle fence at Waters? It has been gone for years but was quite the attraction up there in the day -- even made it into Believe it or Not!
Now just a memory!

Love the stump fence!

Michelle said...

Little Miss Great Grand looks like she has so much enthusiasm!

Sarah Huizenga said...

Interesting tree stump fence.

Kim said...

A two year old's world is a magical place indeed!! And white picket fences are my all time favorite!