Friday’s Fences, Flowers And More

You may recall that my Friday’s Fences stash was dwindling to the point of being non-existent.  Fortunately, earlier this week, when Motor Man took me to the antique shop to get the Trip Journal, we happened upon this rustic fence just down the street.

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This was the other side of the driveway. We thought the flowers planted in the old tree stump was a neat idea.

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But, wait, there’s more! A chicken! At no extra charge!

fence and chicken 8-27-2013 3-27-59 PM

Linking up to Friday’s Fences.

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20 responses to “Friday’s Fences, Flowers And More

  1. Wow….a fence, a flower-pot-stump AND a chicken? Wow!

    Pam

  2. That is just beautiful xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  3. Love the fist pic of the split rail fence! The tree stump flower pots AND beautiful chicken are wonderful surprises!!

  4. That rooster looks like the warden, patrolling the fence line 🙂

    MJ

  5. Sure hit the jack-pot this time…fences, very original idea for a flower planter PLUS a chicken….

  6. haha…and a chicken to boot! Surprise, surprise second and third photo…this sends me smiling into our Labor Day weekend. Y’all have a good one.

  7. Such a pretty photo. I love the tree stump flower pot. Maybe I could cut down one of our trees and do that.

  8. I love the flowers in the tree stump!

  9. That is a cool fence! That chicken looks like it was movin’!!!!!

  10. Now JR is going to have to find you a suitable tree stump!

  11. Lovely split rail fence. I like the stump planter too!

  12. Split-rails are an instant trip back! .. & this is a fine example; I’m glad to see they have it anchored, too … & a nice flower ‘pot’ 😉

  13. cute bonus rooster. 🙂

  14. I love poultry that comes gratis.

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  16. I love the way each picture adds another unexpected element–first the stump with flowers and then the chicken.

  17. That’s a nice, big, chicken, too! Those colorful flowers really dress up that tree stump.

  18. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    I love the last picture of the stump and chicken! Once in a life time picture/

  19. Love these old rail fences! And the chicken is a great addition to your photo! ~ Sheila

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