Like the fence, your No S comment and the "stick in mouth" pic in your header . . .
everytime your blog opens i smile at Bonnie.. ha ha on the Sherlock comment.. love it. thanks for the smiles on good fence day
Love the water and fence views. And I had a giggle over the Sherlock comment. Enjoy your day!
Great place, enjoy. That body of water looks perfect.
laughing at your sass. :) thanks, gail!
Some signs juststate the obvious!!!
hehehe, i don't hear that much these days. it's a good one!!
Very cute. It's always funny to hear people ask about the measuring signs at the low creek crossings in Texas, all the way up to five feet, when there is no water there. Those heavy rains can really make a difference.
When the obvious is validated, it does give me a giggle. Texas--is it recovering?
I love your header- guess I have scrolled right past it for a few posts! We are still waiting for water to go down here. I've heard from a lady who has to drive on one of the reopened highways and she said the smell is awful- the rotting crops, and just the smell of the Red anyway.
I never join the "good fences" cuz I can never find any. Where did you get ALL THAT WATER. Could you just share and send us some? :) Seriously, how I wish you could. Dire straits out here and it's warming up. 105 for three days in a row. NOT good! One thing I do know for sure..what makes you unhappy, makes me unhappy! I learned that a few years ago. :) Sending a hug!!
Beautiful water and fences.Have your self a good day.
Yes, that is definitely a flooded area, haha!Lynne x
Lots of water. I would like to visit there. Hug B
Oh my that water is up pretty high to cover up the fencing like that.
:-DGod bless, Gail. ♥
Yep you pretty much nailed it with your "comment"
Gail,Great pictures, pretty park! A sign must be published to understand this is a flood area.......someone's not to bright!
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