Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Good Fences from Saturday's Drive

So for Theresa's Good Fences, here we go . . .

 Title: How to cross an electric fence.
and hope it doesn't tip.

And behind fence #2:
More antique farm equipment at Maple Lane Farm.
 
And behind Fence #3:
Amish buggies


And behind Fence #4:
Amish Laundry

And behind Fence #5
A handsome horse and classy barn.

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13 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! There is no way I would attempt to cross over that electric fence though.

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  2. oh, that is a nice barn! some good fencery, and i always like those stiles. only see them rarely here!

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    1. Stiles, of course; I had forgotten that is what they are called. Few in this area either.

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  3. What a clever way to get over an electric fence! I've not seen that before! Lovely images of the Amish farm life I always love seeing!

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  4. Great fence photos! Not sure I would attempt the electric one :)

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  5. Hello, great fence finds and I love the barns too. The shots with the Amish buggies is my favorite. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  6. nice to see those Byler Amish buggies.

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  7. Great photos!
    The last one is my favorite!

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  8. Wonderful photography of the neat fences and Amish country ~

    Happy Weekend to you ^_^

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  9. I love the first idea and have pinned it to my Granddaughters welding page on Pinterest. We have several places where we need this on our 500 acre farm. Hopefully she can get started on couple right away! Thank you for the inspiration!
    Rita

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  10. Great photos. I always love seeing the Amish laundry on a clothesline.

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  11. Can you imagine what a jolt you would get if the metal of the stile got against that fence???

    Nice shots all....love that classic barn, too.

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  12. Lots of great fence shots. I'd say you'd need to be careful climbing the ladder over that fence. Enjoyed the Amish Buggy & Laundry shots behind the fences.

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