Thursday, January 3, 2013

Fridays Fences ~ # 64

                 One day I am going to have me one of those wagon wheels...maybe not as big as this one!
Welcome back to FF...hope you all had a wonderful Holiday.  Best wishes for a great 2013 for everyone!
Jer and I are in Brunswick Golden Isles Ga for the winter.  We are so happy to escape the cold harsh winters of S.Central Pa.  Looking forward to going out with my camera and shooting some great fences to show off.
Post a picture of a fence or of something through a fence and sign up below...
Thanks for joinning in today, hope to see you back next week!
                                                                       

28 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

simple and effective. nice fence find!

~ Janis said...

Welcome back!!

-15 here.

Freezing in Vermont

Pat said...

Love the wagon wheel.
Happy New Year!

Brian King said...

That's great against the white fence! Nice find! Love your header, too!

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

hope you get a wagon wheel soon. would be a great find. ( :

the the header shot. so pretty. a nice get away for sure.

Carletta said...

I'm lucky enough to have two of these that my Dad got from one of his neighbors for me many years ago.
Sounds good to be in warm weather. It's been in the low 30's for days!!
Nice fence find Janis and wishing you a wonderful New Year as well!

Sally in WA said...

Whew! That is one old wheel!

Judy said...

Oh, I've been wanting one of those too :)

edenhills said...

Those are such great ornaments!

Sheeps and Peeps Farm said...

Love the stark contrast between the white fence and the old wheel... great fence find!

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Jim said...

Well displayed.

Marleen said...

Nice shot. Happy New Year!

Nancy Claeys said...

Beautiful! Love your header as well. Happy New Year. :)

Tanya said...

i like that wagon wheel fence! happy new year!

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

I love old wagon wheels- they make a gorgeous addition to a wood fence. Nice shot.

Janet said...

So I'm wondering where to find an old wagon wheel! I remember mules pulling wagons into town on Saturdays when I was young.

Becky said...

I'm SO envious of your header picture. I love going South in the winter, but it's not possible any more. Thanks for sharing all the beauty and enjoy all the sun. It seems to have disappeared from us...

Robyn said...

Wagon Wheels are so much fun!

Jan, I can't get my link to work.
http://theranchwifechronicles.com/daily-chores/

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Love old wagon wheels. We used to have 2 on the farm. Now my daughter has them.
Enjoy the warm weather!

Pam ;) said...

I hope one comes rolling your way this year. lovely fence scene as always, Janis.

EG CameraGirl said...

I think those wheels are attractive too/ I hope that one is attached somehow so no one can take it.

Candy C. said...

I'm happy to see you guys made it to a warmer spot for the winter! Love that old wagon wheel! :)

gigi said...

Hey, you! We will do lunch and Photo group is the 3 Thursday of the month at the same place it was last year. I'll private message you my cell # on Facebook. Welcome back to GA.

Meggie said...

I love that wheel too!...thanks again for hosting Friday's Fences.

Marie said...

Great fence and wagon wheel. Oh, and I adore your header! It's wonderful!I posted last week when you guys were gone, and then didn't this week because time got away from me! :-) I'll be back next Friday for sure!

Pamela said...

pretty...... I want a white fence. Husband rolls his eyes, because he knows I'm talking those plastic ones that don't need to be painted.

Privacy Fences said...

This is a great series of fences. That first one is so pretty. They are all unique in their own way!


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