Good Fences ~ June 23


I don't think I have shared this before, but if I have y'all just pretend it's new!  :) This barn and fencing are located in Old Washington State Park, Arkansas.  I love the barn, too.  Can you imagine having to whitewash or paint the picket fence? 

sharing with Tex for Good Fences

48 comments:

  1. No nevr saw t before Terri. great looking Barn adn fence

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  2. Hello Terri, it is a nice barn and fence combo. Pretty shot! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

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  3. new to me and a beautiful barn and fence... no paint needed on either of these old beauties

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  4. Definitely new to me & what a find for fences & barns! I love them both!
    Have a fun weekend!

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  5. I like the weathered look...but we could all meet up with a bucket of white paint and go to work! Great photo! Hope you're feeling better. Hugs, Diane

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  6. First time viewing!!! I like the fence left to weather naturally, matching the barn walls so well.

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  7. I always wanted a picket fence. This is great!
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  8. Wonderful barn and fence shot!

    Happy Day and Weekend to you ~ ^_^

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  9. I like it, but would not want to paint that fence!

    We keep talking about making a day-trip there. I've never been!

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  10. Quite the neat and orderly barn.

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  11. Like the barn but not painting the fence. Nice picture.

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  12. A beautiful photo....it's new to me.

    You have me thinking of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer now at the mention of white-washing the fence.

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  13. Neat barn and fence. I'm glad I don't have to paint or whitewash all that!

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  14. Love the barn and the fence. Painting it would be a nightmare though.

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  15. The fence looks to be in fair repair, but could use a paint sprayer really bad.

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  16. Love that barn and as for the fence, where is Tom Sawyer when you need him?

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  17. such a nice, clean, tidy looking place. i can imagine it with a few horses poking their heads out!!!

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  18. It is the first time for me to see it. I really like that color of brown, either it is paint or weathered wood. Love a good picket fence every time I see one.

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  19. The fence could stand a coat of paint,but I sure don't want to be the one doing that.

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  20. Tom is right....spray gun for the paint!! lol

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  21. I don't remember this barn so am glad you shared it again. Beautiful fence too.

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  22. A great Arkansas barn. Lots of interesting sights in that area.

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  23. Maybe if I gathered a few friends as Tom Sawyer did, I could make it through painting that fence. It sure would look sharp painted. That is a beautiful barn.

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  24. Looks like it hasn't been whitewashed in a while. :-)

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  25. love this photo...perfect for Good Fences

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  26. It's a lovely contribution this week, Terri. I pray you are feeling better.

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  27. Great looking barn and fence. I think I'll skip painting it, that would take some time.

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  28. I don't think that fence would look right beside the barn if it were painted, so I'd say don't fret about the work that would be involved. I prefer to just enjoy the scene.

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  29. Hello!:) What a lovely photo!:) Such a neat looking barn, and the fence looks fine to me just as it is. Don't get me wrong, I like a white picket fence, but also love the natural weathered look of the wood. Have a good day!:)

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  30. the fence matches the barn in style :)

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  31. LOVE it (and I wish I had one just like it - hold the whitewash though ;o)

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  32. There's something very appealing about this setting.

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  33. And those fences were, indeed, painted but in those days they didn't have "paint" paint like we do now. They made their own white paint from local ingredients and barn red paint was about the only color available. Those were the days when paint was mopped on barns because it was made about the same as hog slop.

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  34. What a beautiful barn! Love the picket fence, too!

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  35. So very serene...I love it :)

    Wishing you a great weekend :)

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  36. Very nice and no to the white washing. My summer job growing up.

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  37. Here we don't paint such fences. Only in some fisher villages. I like the barn. So cool!

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  38. it's definitely my first time seeing this barn image. it's a gorgeous barn and i love the fencing. it compliments the barn nicely. hope all is well. have a great day~

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  39. Seems like Tom Sawyer and his friends should be showing up any moment.

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  40. i would like it would be great exercise to paint. i try to find ways to exercise that are unique and fun. or at least you can make it fun. sort of. ha. ha!! but tons of work as well. wow wee!! new to me. ( :

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  41. The fence may appear neglected, but the barn looks like new! Nice capture.

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  42. Great barn
    Great fence
    I like your photo

    All the best Jan

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  43. This is a perfect photo! You always post great photos.

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  44. Such a neat barn and fence!

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