a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Thursday, April 23, 2015

It Takes All Kinds of Fences...

for all kinds of jobs.  Everyone's sharing their fences with TexWisGirl.  Join the fun.

My fences aren't pretty but they work.  Sadly we have no horses or cattle now so we don't worry so much about fence.  The land still needs bush hogged and fences need to be checked anyway.
Lil has found a hidden water hole under barbed wire.
Look closely and you will see 
electric fence surrounds this field.
It seems empty without stock.
Check it out, almost a hundred fences there already.
Join the fun.

14 comments:

Lynne said...

Love the photo in GREEN!
Love it . . .
I like barbed wire fences best . . . rusty and bent too!
You are bless't . . . but you already knew that!

Margaret Adamson said...

Gail You link is not working I came to your post a different way to see your fences. I have emailed Tex to see if she can fix it for you. I like the forst shot.

Lowcarb team member said...

Fencing for you must be important - a little different if you just want to fence a small garden!

Lil looks happy ...

All the best Jan

A Quiet Corner said...

I do so love "space"....:)JP

Sandra said...

all that green space and trees is so peaceful and beautiful. and Lil is always beautiful

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Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Aren't you just loving all this green! We are surrounded by barb wire fences that probably all need to be fixed..they have been here since the 30's when my grandfather bought this land. Have a wonderful weekend!

TexWisGirl said...

i know you miss your cattle and horses, too. but you made the choices to get rid of them for good reasons. :) *sigh*

Karen S. said...

I always enjoyed tagging along with my grandpa checking the fences for his cattle. Life changes, but my memories are forever. I'm really lingering in the view of your last photo, priceless.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Have you ever witnessed an animal or person get shocked by that electric fence?

Felicia said...

pretty fence views. Lil looks like she's enjoying herself.

Susan Anderson said...

Your fencing is the real deal...

=)

LindaG said...

All the green is great, isn't it?
Except when it keeps growing in the rain and you can't mow!

Blessings to you all, Gail. ♥

Ida said...

Nice little watering hole and a cute dog. I sure wouldn't want to meet up with an Electric Fence but the greenery there is lovely.

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