Thursday, April 2, 2015

Fence at LBJ

Another fence to share on our Good Fences day, from Texas.


This fence structure is from the Sauer-Beckmann farm at the LBJ Ranch in Texas. This enclosure was around a calf that came out from the barn. There were a number of animals on the farm for all to observe, and there were also re-enactments of processes used back in the day. Thanks for hosting the good fences!

Linda Kay

31 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Neat fence shots! Looks like a great ranch/farm to visit. Have a happy day!

eViL pOp TaRt said...

A nicely composed picture of a fence!

John's Island said...

What an unusual method of fencing to wedge the rails between two posts. Interesting!

Karen S. said...

I like your fence, but couldn't escape noticing your lovely old trees, and I see green grass coming to life once again!

whiteangel said...

Two structures....bare trees..

Cherdo said...

Historical sites draw me in every time. Have a good day, Linda!

Lin Floyd said...

looks rustic...

Anvilcloud said...

Interesting. Not what I expect of a Texas fence. It would be quite at home here though.

TexWisGirl said...

what a great rustic fence! i like how the rails are 'layered' in the front one.

Linda W. said...

That weathered wood makes this fence look very authentic! Right out of the old west!

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

Oh, I love this one. It is so rustic and genuine. I would love to visit this place.

Michelle F said...

Linda Kay,

This is my picture perfect property!

Our son fixed my pc and I am up and running, again :)
Have a great weekend! xoxo

Felicia said...

my favorite kind of fence

Mike said...

The lumber is definitely not from Home Depot.

Dixie@dcrelief said...

Looks so nice. I have that down near my grapevines but needs much repair or replacement. Lovely photo!!

Revrunner said...

You're right, Mike. I was just at Home Depot. Nothing like this there. These boards look sturdier. :-)

Linda said...

I love the rustic feel of this fence!

Knipsa Passtscho said...

Perfect fence for me - old, rustic and weathered :)
Happy Easter to you!
【ツ】Knipsa

Gosia k said...

a nice fence with its soul.OIn Poland it is nbot common a wooden fence only in the remote villages. Now all fences are made from metal or concrete. The wood is very expensive material here

".E." Lizard Breath Speaks, It's Beth said...

i always enjoy fences like this - very resourceful. recycling in a sense. ( :
happy Thursday!!!

Carletta said...

I really like the rustic look of this fence. When LBJ was President you heard about the ranch a lot. When I read your post it seemed strange to hear it and surprised me that I had forgotten.
:)

Ida said...

Great wooden fencing. I like the rustic feel it has.

Carola Bartz said...

I love the bare trees! The fence is interesting, it looks like you could take it apart easily. I guess this is not the case, though.

William Kendall said...

I wouldn't mind paying a visit to a presidential ranch like that!

The Armchair Squid said...

That is a nice fence - reminds me of Mount Vernon, actually. Perhaps presidents have a shared aesthetic sense.

Amy at love made my home said...

Happy Easter! xx

Rachel said...

That's a really nice picture!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That would be a neat place to visit! And you got good photos too! You're making me miss Texas! Hugs, Diane

DeniseinVA said...

Sounds like a fun place to visit and I liked your photo a lot.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Lots of character in those old boards.
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orchid Miyako said...

Dearest Linda; Rustic must be the word for this GORGEOUS fence. And wow!!! When enlarged it, I could feel the dynamic of the scenery with the big tree and the old fence☆☆☆

Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*

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