Thursday, September 25, 2014

Define Fence

When I Googled the word "fence" this is what I found on Wikipedia:


A fence is a freestanding structure designed to restrict or prevent movement across a boundary. Fences are generally distinguished from walls by the lightness of their construction and their purpose. Walls are usually barriers made from solid brick or concrete, blocking vision as well as passage, while fences are used more frequently to provide visual sectioning of spaces.

The reason I looked it up should be clear as you scroll through these pix...



Meet Mike




What's the Hold-Up Down There?




  It isn't me, Mike.  I'm ready for the parade


He's soooo FUSSY!


   I'm all gussied up and uh...WAITING!!!




You see, I wanted to be sure that I could share 
a few GOOD FENCES with you and those at










23 comments:

  1. I agree it is a fence, my fence today could be considered a fence or a railing.. love the horse behind the fence

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  2. Oh, yes...there is NO DOUBT this is a fence...and a beautiful horse, FOR SURE :)

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  3. What a sweet horse.

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  4. Oh you are a dream boy! Very cute Mike.

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  5. There is a lot of leeway in the interpretation of a fence on TWG's Good Fences. Have no fear. Thank you for visiting my Seedling Mile Good Fence.

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  6. Neat take on the fence theme and Mike is a very Handsome horse.

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  7. Oh this is wonderful . Oh the horse is the best. Thanks for sharing.

    Behind every good fence is a beauty of horse or horses in every owners barn. My pics are up. I found a farmer today and even asked to take his picture.

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  8. oh and i forgot to tell you, that farm museum is ferrum's farm museum...looks a bit like booker t though!

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  9. I love this...and Mike!

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  10. Definitely a fence! Such a beautiful horse.

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  11. Beautiful steed! Nicely constructed fence/stall, too.

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  12. such a pretty horse waiting behind that fence

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  13. Gorgeous. Safe. Can't ask for more. I love horses...try to go riding in the country as much as possible.

    Thanks for your kind comment, JP. I almost wished to have had both hands done at once...just to get it over with. I think being knocked out is the biggest risk...to do it twice in a few weeks?? Thank goodness it's a good thing to move the fingers ASAP...the EMG guy made me think I was to be immobile for 6 weeks. Silly how they get their signals crossed and scare the patients. But I do like my doctors in any case. Thanks for your good thoughts...you're good people.

    Jane xx

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  14. He looks like one that should be fenced in. Nicely done.

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  15. Yes, definately a fence. I did the same as you,looked up Google and how i am seeing fences in all shapes and guises everywhere. It is good to think 'out of the box' and be creative. Good post.

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  16. Cute horse and a great fence shot! It works for me! Happy weekend!

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  17. You did great fences!!!! Love those draft horses, be still my heart.

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  18. Cool photos of the horse behind the fence!

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