Friday’s Fences – A Friend’s Farm

Wednesday, my friend, Linda and I met two other friends for lunch.  Afterward, Linda asked if I’d like to ride by her house and take pictures of her barn. (She remembered that I had recently written that my supply of barn photos was running on empty. ) I’ll share the barn photos next week on Barn Charm, but while there at her farm, I found this week’s Friday’s Fence.

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I just loved this little corner of the yard with the old gas pump and the tiger lilies. Oh, and the fence.

Linking up to Friday’s Fences.

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22 responses to “Friday’s Fences – A Friend’s Farm

  1. Makes for a nice vignette! Love the old gas pump…..

    Pam

  2. Love this picture. Grandma had an even older pump at their store. It had a handle on the front that you had to pump back and forth so you could get gas. When the electricity was off, she did great business because all the other pumps were electric!

  3. That is one tall rain gauge on the left of the fence. Lovely photo!

  4. Love the fence and the old gas pump!

  5. That is a lovely photo! Very vintage. I have that same rain gauge.. 🙂

  6. That is a great picture and I too am amazed at how big the rain gauge is! We need one like that in these times of frequent deluges. Love the old pumps at all the old farms..

  7. So vintage…love it!

  8. Just gorgeous. Another one worthy of a frame.

  9. oh my gosh, i love that! so she not only has a barn, but an old gas pump, lucky girl!

  10. What a great collage of intriguing shapes, colors and age. Nice

  11. That is a great corner! I wouldn’t mind having one like it myself.

  12. A perfect fence feature. I love seeing the older things still around.

  13. Love it! A picture back in time…

  14. Love the old gas pump – reminds me of the one that used to be behind Ben Franklin!

  15. Love the fence with the tiger lilies and the old gas pump!
    Thanks for visiting me from Barn Charm. I found you comment in the spam folder. I am following you now so hopefully future comments won’t end up there.

  16. Love, love, love it! It’s like a vintage vignette.

  17. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    The picture would made a lovely postcard! The old gas pump is a treasure indeed. I love the tiger lilies, I have a bunch of day lilies blooming right now too, the same color.

  18. Like a snapshot of olde worldes! And love the touch of floral colour!

  19. mollieandalfie

    It doesn’t look real..LOL, how wonderful she has that on her farm, can’t wait to see the barn 🙂 Have a great weekend xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  20. I really like the composition of this picture. It contains so many interesting and intriguing items.

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