Thursday, April 30, 2015

Country Fences in Manchester, KY #2

 Happy Thursday Ya'll!

Thursday is all about fences.
And this is my 2nd fence post share-Click here for my 1st.
  So today I'd like to share
some back roads, country fences from a day trip I took through lower Kentucky yesterday.
4-29-2015
Image from Wikipedia
I drove for about 3 and a half hours and ended up in the lower end of Manchester, Clay County. First time I ever really drove through that county that I can remember.  It is said to be the Land of Swinging Bridges.

Well, I didn't run upon any swinging bridges, maybe next time! But a notable mention is that there really isn't tons of fences to get pics of.
There are tons of barns and old buildings, plenty of steep mountain sides and curvy roads but not a lot of fences.

These are a few that are close to the Happy Chandler Rd, named after KY politician, Albert Benjamin "Happy" Chandler, Sr.


 And then we started headed back up, into town again:
 And finally back on my way home sweet home.


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23 comments:

  1. i've heard taking photos in kentucky is difficult with the winding roads, hills, etc. love the black barns and fencing, though, in your area!

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    1. Hi TexWisGirl, yes with so many hills and mountains I guess the roads just kinda go with the flow. lol.
      I do love the black barns and fences too though.

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  2. Wonderful series of fence shots. The swinging bridges sounds like fun! Have a happy day!

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  3. Looks like great countryside to visit and that's a first for me! I didn't know fences were named after people! Do admire them though!

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    1. Hi Christine. Thank you. Oh the road is what is named after the man, the fence is just on that road.

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  5. What a nice drive you took. I like the fence shots.

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  6. Those are beautiful photographs of fences.

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  8. Enjoyed seeing your part of the world, all green and fenced in.

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  19. the black fences are really cool.

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