I’m sharing the rest of the fences from our time at our son’s in Eastern Washington.
These are the gates and fences along the walking route my daughter in law and I enjoyed during our visit.
Spring is pretty in this part of Washington State. It is also a perfect environment for mosquitoes and wasps.
I’m linking up to Good Fences #113 with TexWisGirl from The Run*A*Round Ranch Report.
We’ve started a new project at this old house. We are replacing the front walkway up to our front door.
Out with the old, in with the new.
The sign on the gate caught our eye but the surrounding fence really had us investigating. Check out the stone fence surrounding this gate. The fence around this beach home near Oxnard in Southern California holds lots of surprise elements.
When my husband was working in Southern California from 2006-2010 we had a condo so on the weekends we were”foot loose and fancy free” to do whatever we wanted. We really enjoyed early morning walks at the beach and one Saturday we ventured out to the Oxnard area and spotted this house.
Here are some closeups of the wall/fence.
I’m linking up to signs, signs with Lesley and to Good Fences #75 with TexWisGirl at Run*A*Round Ranch Report.
I’m looking forward to some time in the future when Dear and I might be footloose and fancy free. Time will tell. In the meantime I’ll be content with our busy schedules and long prayer lists!
The first two photos are from Kiftsgate Court Gardens in the Cotswolds and the last few are from Hidcote Manor Garden in the Cotswolds.
These two gardens are just across the road from each other in the Chipping Camden area of the Cotswolds in England.
I have a lot of fences and gates to share from the two weeks we spent in England the beginning of July.
I’m joining in with TexWisGirl at Run*A*Round Ranch for Good Fences #18.
If you want to see more from Kiftsgate Court Gardens or Hidcote Manor Garden click on the links.