Now, I feel productive if I can manage to sweep off the back patio, and here you made an entire fence. I am shamed.
I know how you feel Amy. FG it is such a pretty fence in a pretty field too! *sigh*
Amy & Clare,Sure, I got up at 3 a.m., chopped down some trees, dug half a dozen post holes (by hand of course), whacked that fence together, and then ran inside and posted a picture of it so you two would feel like slugs. Riiiiight. If only. . . : )
LOL. Okay, I'd feel a little better if it weren't for the fact that's it 11 am and I have accomplished ONE thing on my list of TEN.
You three are hilarious! And that fence is awesome. I love seeing these little treats around your yard!
I love fences like this. It's naturally pretty and doesn't look like it was purchased at Home Depot, pre-assembled. :)
Beautiful fence farmgirl. Boy I would love to own a farm too, but in Canada the blasted thing would be frozen 6 months in the year so there goes the fun!
Love the light in this photo, farmgirl. So misty-purply and pretty!
i LOVE this photo!! wonderful! so peaceful... mav
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