My First “Good Fences”

Earlier in my blogging career, I often linked up to a blog meme known as “Friday’s Fences”. My long time blogging buddy, Theresa at The Run*around* Ranch is now the host, and the name has been changed to “Good Fences”.  This is my first time participating in Good Fences.

The photo I’m sharing today was taken at the Outer Banks, just as you enter the 4-wheel-drive area of Corolla/Carova beach. This fence serves to keep the horses (and vehicles) from venturing further south. Pelicans often perch here.

pelicans on fence posts 7-18-2016 4-47-08 PM

I’m happy happier when this fence is on my side of the vehicle, because it means we’re driving onto the beach. When it’s on Motor Man’s side, it means we’re leaving the beach….and “my” horses.

~These Days Of Mine~

11 responses to “My First “Good Fences”

  1. Beautiful fence, and I like your perspective on ‘your side’. As a gal who grew up with cattle fences, I sure appreciate this one.

  2. That is a serious big fence now that I look at it.I like the “gaurdians”. I KNOW you like it best on your right headed to see your beautiful Corolla horses.Have a great weekend!

  3. awww. thanks, diana! nice to see you again! and i know how much you love those horses, too. 🙂

  4. I think that’s one of the most niftiest fences I’ve ever seen. How handy a it is to give the birdies a perch for perfect view for hunting or preening.
    I like your anecdote about which side of the vehicle the fence is on. 🙂

  5. Love the birds on every post but two… 😀

  6. That’s a good marker – signaling your approach to the horses !

  7. I live by the ocean on the west coast and just love this picture of
    your ocean side & the fence is wonderful.

  8. Beautiful photo……glad you found another fence post (hahahaha) !


  9. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    A happy sight.

  10. Good to see you doing Good Fences! Nice way to start off, too. 😀

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