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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Good Fences Number One

I am linking with The Run *A*Round Ranch Report today for her Good Fences. 
I don't think I ever noticed fences until she started posting pictures of them. I will have to pay better attention.
I am sharing my own fences today. Fences do make good neighbors. I will be looking for more fences to share.
Thank you for stopping by,
~Kim~
"It is only when one has grown old and dull that the soul is heavy and refuses to rise. The young soul is ever winged; a breath stirs it to an upward flight."

---Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, Kate Douglas Wiggin, 1903

27 comments:

  1. I like your pretty white fence...Janey

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  2. you've got some beauties, for sure! thanks, dear!!!

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  3. Fabulous fence shots! Love the row of trees, too. :)
    Visiting from Good Fences...
    Toni,
    http://foothillsofthegreatsmokymountains.blogspot.com/2014/01/dragon-tails-and-normal-life.html

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  4. Gorgeous banner shot and fabulous fence shots!

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  5. Beautiful fences! I've always loved a white fence.

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  6. White rail fences always look so neat and tidy! That's a fabulous header shot!

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  7. We put in a fence here when we first took possession of this house (before we even moved in) ... for our dogs. Of course, now that our dogs are gone, we don't need that fence. Some day if we ever get another dog (not very likely, I suspect), we'll be ready. ha!

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  8. I've always loved white picket fencing and white ranch fencing - not so much painting them though!!!

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  9. awesome kim!!! i am so happy to see you joining in and supporting t, with your all american, white picket fence!!

    she is wonderful!!

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  10. Fences serve a purpose...to enclose or contain, to afford privacy, to prevent intrusion, to mark a boundary or serve as a separation...I like them for every reason. xp

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  11. Perfect combination of words and fences.

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  12. I think I'll have to go take my camera for a walk and find some fences. Surely there are some around here! Although...not so pretty as yours! :)

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  13. I like the white fence...but if I had a nosy neighbor or wanted privacy, I would probably go with the tall wood panel fence. LOL!

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  14. Love the white fence and also the line of trees. Have a great weekend.

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  15. I am really enjoying everyones fences today .
    Hmm, I have to say fences may not "make" good neighbors but they do keep the not so good neighbors at bay ! lol

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  16. I remember my FIL telling me how impressed he was with these same white fences. His father had a huge farm so their fences were timber or gathered stones.

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  17. Oh I like your fence shot. Hug B

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  18. Oh I like your fences, and trees, and lack of snow! Nice quote too!

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  19. I love those white fences, Kim! I have always liked that Robert Frost poem. xo Nellie

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  20. Beautiful fences - love the verses, too. - Karen

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  21. love the quote!
    love your photos!
    have a great Friday and weekend!

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  22. I don't mind beautiful fences such as these. But some are so ugly the make bad neighbors!

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  23. Beautiful fences and photos. I love the perspective of the first photo.

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