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Friday, August 23, 2013

Friday Fences

There is no fence nor hedge round time that is gone. You can go back and have what you like of it if you can remember.  - Philip Dunne


When we first moved to Washington twelve years ago we rented a lovely old farm house.  The yard was surrounded by lovely fences

Just waiting to be decorated - with my collections

Fences and memories - some of the best things in life.

What are your favorite memories?


10 comments:

The Weaver of Grass said...

Marvellous decoration of fences JoAnn - I have never seen anything like this.

Have been with an old friend all afternoon and we have been mulling over old memories - had a lovely time.

Kay said...

I don't know what triggered it just now, but one of my favorite memories is of a road trip I took many, many years ago where I drove my old '68 VW bug across Alberta, surrounded by miles and miles of wheat fields blowing golden in the wind. Though I also saw some spectacular scenery on that trip, it's those fields and the feeling of serenity that's remained most vivid.

LV said...

How clever of you. Never would have thought of decorating the fences with so many vintage things.

Fundy Blue said...

Lovely fences, JoAnn! I so wish I had that creative, decorate gene! So many memories ~ can't possibly pick one ~ all the various types of love I've been blessed with. Monument Valley ~ very spiritual. Have a good weekend!

Karen Frost said...

Oh, I love the fence decorations! The geese are great and those old pans on the fence are so charming. What a cute idea! xo

Faye said...

What a great idea. And I'm glad you have the photos to help remember. Hanging art on fences is one of the things I love about Old Louisville gardens. Such a great way of expressing yourself.

Jan n Jer said...

I love the artwork on the fences....so unique! some folks are just too creative..(I'm envious)

Ruth Kelly said...

I would never think to decorate fences that way - how very clever of you!

Pamela Gordon said...

These are fun ideas! I like the wooden ducks too.

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

very great idea. so fun. sort of like a museum of ur treasures. ( :