Thursday, October 1, 2015

GOOD FENCES in the Country #13

It's Good Fences Day and time to linkup with

Here are some country pics from when I went on a drive on a dreary Sunday afternoon, earlier this year.
 We have tons of this type of black, wooden fences in our area.
When you come to a large farm, it looks so nice rolling up and down the hills.
 You can see a few cows grazing in the back.

 This gravel road leads to an Amish farm. See the buggy tracks in and out.
A broken rail that that will soon be mended.

And for a last one, here's some hay rolls out in a field.
I take so many of these, I hope I haven't shared this one yet.
Cause it was also from a lot earlier this year.

12 comments:

  1. Oh I love your area it is so pretty with the black wooden fences. Funny I noticed that broken panel I am a farmer:) it is a habit. B

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  2. The black fences do look pretty rolling over the countryside! And I enjoy seeing the rolled hay bales in the fields - a good sign the harvest is in!

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  3. Its a very big farm. I love the rolling hills and the black fencing. I like to see all those rolled hay bales in the fields.

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  4. Love rolling hills! Those bales look like a field of bison, if you squint and use your imagination. :-)

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  5. A beautiful place to live, those rolling hills and dark fences are a real delight.

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  6. i do love your kentucky countryside!! thanks, lisa!

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  7. Such a pretty area. I love seeing hay baled like that into rolls. The black fencing is very nice and yes I bet it won't take them long to mend the rail.

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  8. Very nice. Great fences. Love the rolling hills. The bail of hills.

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  9. Such pretty scenes! Love those gorgeous fences along the rolling hills. The hay rolls are wonderful!

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  10. Fences and hay rolls....be still my heart....

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  11. We always call those big bales of hay snails! They look great when there are lots of them all in a field waiting to be gathered up don't they. xx

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