Thursday, September 11, 2014

A Gate Fence

It's Thursday! One more day and then two days off. It sure feels like fall around here. Our predicted high is a mere 62° with overcast skies. I like the cooler temps but dreading winter. The leaves are starting to fall from a couple of the trees in our backyard. They are the last to get leaves in the spring and the first to lose them in the fall. They are big trees though and do make nice shade during the hot summer months. 


I believe this person found a deal on gates. A 2 for 1 special?




Linking to Good Fences

28 comments:

georgettesullins said...

All kinds of fencery going on there. Very interesting lines.
A front blew in on Sunday so our temps fell from 100 to 80 in 30 minutes. I watched leaves falling, falling from the oak tree -- all the loose ones-- until they didn't fall any more.

Julie said...

Great photos for "good fences"; super!

Greetings, Julie

EG CameraGirl said...

Unusual. Yep, there must have been a sale on gates.

Dicky Bird said...

I sure wish we could come across a 2 for 1 special on those gates - lol

TexWisGirl said...

definitely makes good use of them for fencing. i like using movable fence panels, myself. :)

ladyfi said...

A hodge-podge of gates!

Jan n Jer said...

The red ones really do stand out though!
I hear you on the weather...trees turning already n leaves falling...Yikes!!!...not ready for this yet!!!

Debby Ray said...

I see so many like that in the rural areas around here. They come in all colors too!

Karen S. said...

They are hard working fences, doing a perfect job, sitting in a most lovely location.

LV said...

Probably found leftover fences at a good price and just put them up to save. Look nice tho.

Stephanie said...

It is amazing what people use for fence material. These are wonderful!

Marie said...

Good fences, indeed, and beautiful trees!

Halcyon said...

I like the color of this gate anyway! ;-)

barbara l. hale said...

Hey, whatever works! It feels a bit fall-like here too. My favorite time of the year.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Well now that double-gate is interesting. Things that make you go 'huh'! Pretty property though.

Terri said...

Great use of fence panels..I'm loving that big spruce tree- gorgeous!

Brian King said...

LOL! That's one way to get it done. I suppose that's a good idea if the fence is temporary, too.

Ginny said...

I love the red on the fence! The beautiful colors of fall are on their way. But it only leads to dreaded winter!! Dark and cold.

Lois said...

I like those colors and I am more than a little jealous of your cooler weather!

Ida said...

Well the gates made for colorful fencing for sure. - Brrr on the 60 something weather. Still in the 70's here but cooler nights which I don't mind to much.

Felicia said...

I'm looking forward to fall, my fav time of the year.

nice gate fence.

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

Keeping things in, keeping things out...serious business here! Good examples for today!

doodles n daydreams said...

Cool :) fences and weather.

Diana

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Loads of gates there!

Rose said...

Love that...looks like some oare tied up!

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

Yes, I believe it was a "two-fer sale but too bad they don't match. Nothing that a little paint won't fix!

Pix Under the Oaks said...

Like those colorful gates! Looks so green there. We are green too because we have finally got a good bit of rain. Cold this morning.. 45 when I woke up at 6! Good Morning!

Glennis said...

such pretty pink flowers very nice