Showing posts with label KY FENCES. Show all posts
Showing posts with label KY FENCES. Show all posts

Oct 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.

Sep 17, 2015

BACKROAD COUNTRY FENCES #11


Here's a few shots from when I followed a cute, little, back country road a bit on a day trip.


 And then it led me to the gate entry almost overgrown.
I love coming up on country places like this.
Wow, this has made the 11th week I've joined the:
Thanks so much for hosting it!

Aug 20, 2015

Good Ole Country Fences #7

Today I'm joining up with  Run*A*Round Ranch Report to share some country fence photos.

I snapped these while out on a drive in eastern KY.

 I spotted that old rusty roof way out in a field of freshly bailed hay.
I love seeing big fields of rolled hay.  When they cover them in the white plastic they look just like huge marshmellows. Well, I didn't realize that until my nephew Sylas said that one day. lol

Just look at that long, wire fence there too.

 And then zoom in a bit farther, you can see all the beautiful, old rusty tin.
I just love rusty stuff!


Thanks again to Good Fences for the linkup!

Aug 13, 2015

Good Ole Country Fences #6

It's that time of week again!

Time to share some good ole' country fence pics.
And here is a few good ole' country fences I have found right around here in KY.

Just look at those ole' weathered posts!

And then on down the road just a tad bit...

was this cute, curvy driveway with the little creak running under it.

And just look at that big ole' tree standing out there in the back alone.
 I bet the cattle (if there is any) love that shade tree to death in the summer.

Thanks for stopping in again for my country fences and barns posts.

And thanks a million to
for the weekly linkup!

See ya'll next time!
~Lisa

Jul 9, 2015

KY Country Fences in Winchester #3

Today is Good Fences link up day! 
A courtesy of the  The Run*A*Round Ranch Report

Today I am sharing some good ole' Kentucky country fences found on a day drive through Winchester, KY.
Image from Wikipedia
 

 Hope ya'll enjoy'em!

Here's a shot from pretty far away, as I approached.
(Click on photos to enlarge)

And then here a bit closer you can start to see the cute, wooden, black plank fence.

 And then it gets prettier as I go down the bank and the sky begins to be the backdrop for only the fence.
Beautiful!


But then again, I always love anything to do with the country!
~*~

Hope you enjoyed my shots of country fences.
And thanks again to 
 for hosting the Thursday Good Fences Linkup!