Thursday, November 20, 2014

Good Fences

Findley update—BUSY!

I'm behind commenting yet again! Work is extra hours and Findley's potty training is a full time job! I'll catch up when I can. 


This horse farm was somewhere along the interstate. At first I thought we were in Kentucky, but that would have been out of our way.


This gate is a few miles up the road and I have posted a portion of this gate before. This is a different angle.

Linking to Good Fences

16 comments:

Linda Kay said...

Love the horse farm. The second shot..looks like the fence needs a bit of work! Good luck with the potty training.

ladyfi said...

What lovely shots! Good luck with the potty training.

Karen S. said...

Rock on with that last fence post! Very cool photos!

Stephanie said...

These are super fence shots! The second shot with the touch of rust is my favotite.

LV said...

Even with a busy schedule, you still found a great fence to share. The rust just adds character to the last one.

TexWisGirl said...

both great scenes! thanks, in advance, for linking in!

Brian King said...

Those are both nice! The rusty gate especially so!

Buttons said...

"potty training is a full time job" understood:) good luck. Love the pics. Hug B

happywonderer said...

Wonderful choices for good fences! I like the rusty one!

thirtysevenandcounting said...

Good luck with getting Findley trained. We've never had to train a pup, but have heard stories. :)

Nice fences, and I really like the rustic one in your second image, especially all that barbed wire wrapped around the cement post.

Lindy

Gail Dixon said...

Ah, I remember those potty training days. Hope it's going well so far.

sweetdaysundertheoaks.com said...

Love, love the old gate with the cement post! The horse farm fence is very pretty!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

TexWisGirl said...

(just noticed you hadn't linked, so added you to the list!) :)

janiceadcock said...

Love these shots!

nookworm said...

Findley will be a dream come true after he learns. Hang in, especially now that colder weather is coming. What a beautiful little creature he is!