Monday, February 15, 2016

Front Porch

And how does your front porch look? I had to take a picture of this very unusual front yard and porch of the house.



If you click on the picture you can see all the details; ramp, surfboards, boat and all!

Have a great week!

Linda Kay

30 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Good morning! It is unique, I like the rowboat awning. Happy Monday, enjoy your day!

eViL pOp TaRt said...

The bicycles add an element of elegance to the spectacle.

Saucy Kodz said...

The rowboat awning is quite clever - and it won't leak. This porch is a little freaky. I first thought it was a yard sale :) Nice Capture.

TexWisGirl said...

i bet his neighbors just shake their heads.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Easier than making multiple trips to the landfill...huh?

Chloe said...

Oh, how beautiful is this mess. How creative can be the human nature.

Gosia k said...

OMG what a mess

John's Island said...

Hi Linda Kay, Wow, that porch is a little too busy for me. :-) However, I have to admit that using a boat for an overhead is pretty innovative! Thank you for your comment today on my blog ... I hear you about the President's Day ... it's not what it used to be for sure. Hope you are doing well and I wish you a fine week ahead!

Anvilcloud said...

Well, that's unique.

Tom said...

There is an abundance of used surf boards here on Maui. They use them to build fences.

Mike said...

It's a very 'active' front porch.

Denise inVA said...

I've never seen anything like it, unique! Everything but the kitchen sink :)

Linda W. said...

Hmmm.....looks like a good candidate for a "redneck front yard."

Amy at love made my home said...

Oh my! What made me laugh was the poster for a politician or something, I was wondering if the person running for office would want their poster displayed outside this house! xx

Revrunner said...

The rowboat really is a creative, if also slightly eccentric, touch. :-)

Nonnie said...

Oh my. I'm really glad we don't have anything like that in our neighborhood, although the pic is fun to look at. Very strange.

The Yum List said...

Ha, ha, that's a great use of an old boat!

allenwoodhaven said...

That is really something. What, I'm not quite sure!

Rory Bore said...

Oh my gosh, all that is missing is the Shanghai-La sign! LOL
But it's also wonderfully unique too. We have a house in town that is almost the same - they decorate it according to holiday or theme all the time; so it's constantly changing. It's become rather interesting to pass by and see what is new.

William Kendall said...

Quite a lot of clutter. Ours has two recycling boxes and nothing else on it.

Grantham Lynn said...

Oh my goodness. That is wild. This topic sounds like a new party.
Fences on Thursday. Porches on?
I wish I had a photo of my grandmothers red painted porch.
btw I'm doing a Date Night Party. Write a post about a special date or dream date and come over and link. The button is on my sidebar.
Have a good week!

Jim said...

The residents must be very active. The Monkey lantern was at the Sydney Opera House which I featured here: Three Wise Monkeys

pattisjarrett said...

That wouldn't last long in Va. Beach!

biebkriebels said...

A creative person with lots of collections around.

Lowcarb team member said...

Wow - a lot of stuff!
They must be active!

Enjoy the new week

All the best Jan

Lin Floyd said...

busy, untidy and dangerous...lol!

Hannah said...

I can tell they like their toys! I would have liked to be there to see how they got the boat up there, Linda!

Rose said...

I would love to have a zoomed in shot of the porch...I would be afraid the 'awning' falling on me when I walked under it.

Mascha said...

Is it a second-hand-stuff-shop or what?
Never seen such a big mess! Funny -

Paula said...

Only a chair on my porch but something you might see in our county.

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