Good Fences

I think my favorite fences are of the British variety.

Looking back at some of the fences and other lovely sights we saw in September of 2013 in Jolly Old England. On this trip we stuck to England and didn’t venture into Scotland or Wales. Don’t miss the thatched roof on this home that was for sale.

On our first day in England in 2013 we drove north from Heathrow and stopped in Stoke Bruerne. Stoke Bruerne is a small village and civil parish in South Northamptonshire, England about 10 miles north of Milton Keynes and 7 miles south of Northampton. We ate and had a stroll along the canal. Our destination this day was the little village of Alton.

I’m linking to Good Fences with TexWisGirl at Run*A*Round Ranch Report. Thank you for hosting this weekly meme and administering it so kindly!

Katie started a new eight to five job yesterday. She is very thankful for a job that is easy to get to and does not involve getting on a freeway. I mowed the lawn and weeds and leaves yesterday. Since everyone else was working hard I decided to do my part.

Is it soup weather where you are yet?

 

15 thoughts on “Good Fences

  1. Congrats to Katie!
    I like those stone fences, too, with the intriguing insertions and the “pickets” across the top.
    No soup weather here…in the 90s most of the week. No autumn color either.

  2. It’s not quite soup weather here right now (was last week though)! Charlotte’s soup recipe on MGCC today has me chomping at the bit to make soup! Yay for Katie – hope she likes her new job! Someday we must go to jolly old England – I will need to review your travel notes before we plan our trip – love the stone fences!

  3. No soup here yet although we did have 1/2″ of rain this week!
    Love stone walls! Now I need to go back through my England photos and look for walls.
    Hurray for Katie’s job!

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