Along the Way

The old cow lot 

Our neighbor's field


Right of Way marker- a fence of sorts, marking a boundary line.
This one is marking the boundary between public and private land, and
there were several more.


28 comments:

  1. cool right of way marker! i like the hay bales in the field shot. :)

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  2. When I was a kid we called our holding area a coral. That is strange as Iowa had no cowboys. Your photos are so great. The right of way is an interesting way to divide the property line.

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  3. These are really nice, but that first one is my favorite!

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  4. We need boundaries. because they teach us to respect people. Thanks for your visit.
    Have a great weekend.
    Wil, ABCW Team

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  5. Interesting pictures. Very relaxing. I can almost hear crickets chirping.

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  6. I love seeing the big bales of hay! And your new banner is very fun. Makes me want to change mine again. Oh...and I'm glad you didn't find any 'bugs' yesterday! Hugs...not bug hugs....just hugs! haha!

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  7. I love that old marker, the fences as well. Reminds me of the farm.

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  8. Love the field and the hay bales!

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  9. So glad you gave the explanation for the R/W post. I would have been guessing from now til the cows come home on that one. I guess you can tell I love to figure out the lettering on people's vanity tags. hehe

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  10. That is an interesting marker between private and public land. never seen that before.

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  11. This is a great addition to Good Fences. It really explains the importance of fences, especially in land management. My great grandfather lost his parents, when he was a child. Then he lost their land to the neighbor who raised him. He could never prove it was his inheritance (in TN). His ancestors were even buried somewhere on the land, in unmarked graves.

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  12. Pretty series! I love the rolls of hay and the lighting in the first shot.. Have a great evening!

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  13. Beautiful! Nice fence and I love the round bales!

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  14. Peaceful pictures. Hope you have a nice weekend.

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  15. A field full of hay bales always gives me comfort. I know some 4 legged ones will eat well this winter.

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  16. Nice selections for the fence meme. I like the weathered wood in the first, the rolley hay bales always make me smile and it was interesting reading about the boundary markers.

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  17. i love the glow of the 1st shot. gorgeous lighting. ( :

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  18. I like the marker. We have the awful metal ones that are hard to see and easy to trip over.

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  19. I have never seen a right of way marker, interesting. And your shot of the sunset (?) is grand. I do love those hay bales, I am still waiting to photograph one of those with a sunset in the background....someday.

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  20. Glad you explained the Right of Way marker! Great fences, but my favorite was the first. Nice post!

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  21. I will never get tired of seeing round bales in fields whether they are pictures or the real thing. Stone boundary marker is a nice shot. Good Evening Terri! BTW Terri thanks for offering the name and URL option for commenting.

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  22. wonderful country images. i like the first one.

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  23. Terri ~ Beautiful country shots! Love the bales of hay!

    artmusedog and carol ~ A Creative Harbor
    Happy Weekend to you!

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  24. no sure if my comment took. getting funky stuff again... i like that RW marker.. thing Halloween in PicMonkey or PiZap...

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  25. Gorgeous photos. I love the R of W marker...never seen those before. Purely functional, I know, but charming, too!

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  26. An interesting marker. I've never seen that, but then, I don't know why I should have. Learn something every day.

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