Saturday, March 24, 2012

Fridays Fences


It rained pretty much all week
so I haven't been out taking photo's.
Our country road turns to slime when it rains
which means I don't go anywhere.

Unless Hubby drives.



These photo's are from last year
a few months after we put 
the garden in
and put grass seed down. 



The gardens and lawn wouldn't be
possible without the picket fence
as Shep our youngest and largest
dog would  destroy it all.

He has the rest of the farm
that he can rule!

We still have a gap over by the back
porch that is waiting for the building
of a large screened porch.
Wire fencing takes over from the pickets
and keeps a very sad Shep 
off the porch. 

It's the only way the 'wicker' furniture
would survive!







I'm joining in (a little late)
over at 


Life According To Jan And Jer


for 


Friday's Fences
 


24 comments:

val's alentejo blogspot.com said...

Dear Maura,
Such an edearing blog. Your music is soothing.
Your home looks so welcoming.
great fences.
thank you
happy saturday
val

TexWisGirl said...

i do like your pretty picket fence (and red wagon planter!)

Country Gal said...

What a beautiful garden and picket fence ! Awesome photos ! It has been beautiful here all week and today it is cold and raining much needed rain mind you ! Papa will be building a picket fence for me later thie spring ! Have a wonderful day !

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Hi Maura: I love how the sun shines on your fence and since I wasn't around last year am enjoying the 'new' photos. The mail box is great. Poor Shep! But, he will grow out of it!! Someday!!..Happy Weekend, Judy

Beth said...

i love all the photos. my most favorite is the american flag in there behind with the hydrangea. so pretty!! a perfect spring afternoon. (:

Julie Harward said...

Oh my gosh, your blog loaded just fine for me today! It usually freezes up my computer. I Love the picket fence, we are getting ready to build one too. Your yard and home are just so lovely! (I am going private with my blog, if you care to follow, come and leave me your email) :D

NanaNor's said...

Hi Maura, Happy Spring to you! I love seeing your yard and fence as well as your plants. Have a wonderful weekend.
Hugs, Noreen

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Maura you place is lovely and the photos are beautiful. I love the one with the hydrangeas, flag and picket fence in the background. Love the mailbox and wagon as planters too.

NanaDiana said...

Maura-- What a beautiful spot you have created there. One of my favorite photos is the one where the lace edged tablecloth is blowing a bit in the breeze- xo Diana

Mecky said...

Great pictures!!

I hope you have been able to enjoy today!!

Neesie said...

Wow Maura, I thought Spring had really come early until I read the pic's were from last year.
They're all such beautiful photos.
I'd love to sit at that table and share a cup of tea :D

sweetdaysundertheoaks said...

Your Friday fences are country livin' lovely Maura! Good Sunday to you!

LANA said...

I love your fence and yard. I know what you mean about the dog, I have the same problem here. We love 'em dearly, but they sure do make a mess of things. If I plant flowers they get dug up if I don't protect them. Have a nice Sunday.

Beatnheart said...

The improvements to the farm are amazing. So beautiful Maura. You make Ana amazing team to get this all together

CHERI said...

Everything looks so sweet and peaceful. Picket fences are one of my very favorite things although I don't have one of my own...maybe someday. I just love your homeplace and all that you are doing to it. Keep up the good (and hard) work!

wendy said...

I think a picket fence holds a lot of charm. I do think that is a great think about living in the country, our dogs get to run all over the place.
(just hopefully not digging up the flower beds as you said)

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

lovely photos...that one tree looked like one of the trees in The Wizard Of Oz :)

Kellie Collis said...

What a lovely garden! Enjoy the beautiful day, Kellie xx

Kellie Collis said...

What a lovely garden! Enjoy the beautiful day, Kellie xx

❁Velma ~Down Our Country Road❁ said...

I love picket fences and your yard is so lovely. Beautiful for a picnic.

My Little Home and Garden said...

Hello, Maura
You yard is so pretty, with the happy tree, lovely fences, and the cute mailbox and wagon planters. I'll looking forward to this season's photos.
-Karen

the cuby poet said...

Delightful garden and the picket fence makes it just right. Lovely photos.

Joy said...

Everything looks so pretty and fresh. Hope you get your PC up and running soon!

Tina said...

Gorgeous pictures of a great corner of the world

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