Wednesday, May 11, 2016

GOOD FENCES


We are still near the visitor center at Walney.  The fences you see surround the garden area, which is showing rows of veggies.  Gregg took the photo below.....


and this one.


One of the times we were there the volunteers offered us some of their produce, which I thought was very nice of them.  




The fencing is utilitarian but high enough to keep the deer out, and no doubt other critters that would enjoy the goodies.



These fences surround an excavation area.



You can see more fences if you click on the button below.  Thank you for hosting Theresa.


30 comments:

  1. Those are great fences! We have 6 different styles on our property!!!

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  2. Looks similar to our local living history museum...nice!

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  3. It does look like a lovely place, and I think it is so nice that they offered you some of their produce.

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  4. It takes all kinds of fences to do the job but my favorite is the old rail fence.

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  5. Some interesting rustic fences which I guess have been put up by the volunteers. I like the high one to protect the veg plot. Judging by the thriving produce it's helping to keep out the bunnies possibly lurking in the woods. A lovely spot though for the volunteers who work there.

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  6. Tolle Bilder von unterschiedlichen Zäunen
    hast du hier für diesen Beitrag gemacht. ;-)
    Viele Grüße
    Sadie

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  7. Hi Denise, what a lovely peaceful looking place, with all the different fences, and you with a sample of veggies. Regards John

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  8. Algumas vedações são muito ecológicas.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

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  9. That is a really impressive vegie garden, but the rustic fence is gorgeous.

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  10. Hello Denise!:) It was a lovely gesture the volunteres made to offer you some of there products, it makes visiters feel welcome. Nice selection of fences, and I love the composition of the first fence shot with the neat old shed.:)

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  11. Hello Denise, great fence photos. The fences are necessary to keep the critters out of the gardens. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  12. Great fences & all very needful! All in all, I think it looks like a lovely spot!

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  13. Those fences like in the last shot fascinate me in how they are made. I have only ever seen them in US.

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  14. love seeing the old rick-rack fences, but i'd sure hate to mow near them. :)

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  15. Beautiful pictures again! Really interesting to see how things are in other countries. Love it!

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  16. the shed is wonderful. i want it. and i love the stacked rail fencing. these are awesome. wonderful gardens to

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  17. I love those old split rail fences. We visited Dudley Farm this Spring and it had so many different fences. I guess they used what they had and of course needed different fences for crops, animals, etc. Beautiful photos! Hugs!

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  18. The zig zag pattern of old fences particularly catches my eye.

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  19. Very interesting use of fencing over there.

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  20. These are great. They are quite rustic but so fitting for the area they surround. This looks like a wonderful place to visit.

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  21. What rustic fences perfectly combined with nature.

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  22. Very good fences and photos! Places like this are special.

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  23. Thanks for sharing so many varied fences

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  24. I think they fit the picture perfectly!
    They do somehow seem to go with the surroundings.
    Great shots, thank you.

    All the best Jan

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  25. Wonderful photos! I especially liked that first one. Sure looks pretty interesting there.

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  26. Very rustic, some of those. I need something to keep the deer from eating my mountain laurels!
    ~

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  27. love all the rustic fences. looks like a great place to spend some time.

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  28. great work, as always! I love that little potting barn. Rustic for the win. :)

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  29. Those are quite the fences! I guess as long as they work.

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