Thursday, September 3, 2015

It's Thursday Again, September 3rd....

Yes, Mike, it is Thursday again, and we know that means it's time for Good Fences with Theresa (Tex). It really is fun to try to find new and unusual fences for Thursdays. These were taken on our way back through Texas from Waco. We stopped along the road when we saw these, as they were pretty unusual for a ranch fence.


The ones above were parts of the same fencing. Beautiful, but lots of work!



This was really strange....two tall posts, then a short chubby one, two tall, etc....



Loved this in the middle of a street.



My hubby wanted this photo of the windmill, and it just so happens to have a fence there as well!

Have a happy Thursday, everyone!

Linda Kay

28 comments:

Revrunner said...

Two tall, two short--variation is the spice of life, especially if you happen to be stuck with some long-uns and some short-uns. :-)

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I like the first fence with the stone work. It is very pretty. The long short fencing is different! And I love the windmill! Great series, enjoy your day!

Hilary said...

i love these pictures!

Cranberry Morning said...

Great fence finds. Especially like the photo of the middle of the street. Interesting and fun. BTW, about the canning lids, they were brand new 2014 lids, not used ones, but still had trouble with them. Hoping today's beans and tomatoes all seal with my new 2015 lids. :-). Have a wonderful Thursday!!

Anvilcloud said...

I was behind a van with Texas plated for awhile yesterday. It was foggy and cool at the time. I wondered how they liked it. But then it got funny and hot, so they probably felt more at home.

Lea said...

Stone fence is very pretty, but I think expensive!
Have a great day!
Lea

Christine said...

Very unusual but very pretty fencing with pillars of stonework. Great fence shots!
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eViL pOp TaRt said...

The stone and wood fence was most interesting and imaginative. Love it!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

The stone work fence is very nice, no doubt a lot of effort and expense too.
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Karen S. said...

I'll take fencing number one, and have it entirely around our property!

Mike said...

The stone sections of the first fence look like they might have been built around the metal fence after the metal fence was put up.

Marie C said...

Awesome fences. Love the scene in the last photo the best! Gotta love those simple country fences and windmills! :-)

Margaret Adamson said...

the stone pillars in the first 2 shots are very sturdy.

Gail said...

Solved two problems with the rock work making a strong fence and using the rocks from the field.

Thanks for your visit.

Beth from VA, . . ."E" said...

love the windmill. those puffy clouds 2. ( ;

Gosia k said...

great landscape and fences

Ida said...

Great fences. I really like that first one with the rock pillars. The one with the short/tall posts was very different too.
Nice shot of the windmill and fence.

Farin Vazquez said...

I love when we drive through an area we've never gone before and see the road lined with original stone fences or boundary lines.

TexWisGirl said...

love the rock pillars and the short/tall posts ones. :)

Paula said...

I agree with Gail, a good way to get all those rocks out of the field. Pretty too.

William Kendall said...

Very unusual fencing with those stone posts.

Dixie@dcrelief said...

I love the fences, but where did Wednesday go?

The Yum List said...

Bricks and steal, looks like a very sturdy fence.

Felicia said...

pretty views. love the fence with the stone posts.

Carola Bartz said...

You found some very cool fences on your way! I like the one with the stone "posts", but the "two long ones one chubby short one" was interesting as well.

Rose said...

I so love that first one...it won't be going anywhere any time soon.

Amy at love made my home said...

I am always surprised that you find so many different fences. I like the stone pillar and rusty metal one! xx

orchid Miyako said...

Dearest Linda; Oh, varieties of fences♪ The long fence with rock pillars are unique and fence two tall posts, with windmill showed us the contrasts, Dear friend☆☆☆

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

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