Thursday, March 31, 2011

Friday Fence Post - Beautiful farm fence

As we we're driving along the interstate on our way to Manhattan, Kansas to meet our grandson Cody to stay the week we spotted this beautiful farm.

The fence looks like it went on for miles and such a beautiful white! Would love to own a place like this.

Grandson stayed until today, going back home to Colorado.  Will see him again this summer. 

Have a great weekend.



Anonymous said...

How pretty! It reminds me of the fences in KY that I saw last Fall.
Sounds like you had a nice time with your Colorado Grandson.
Have a great week!

Terra said...

The white fence and the barns and green pastures are picture perfect. I am sure your visit was fun, with your grandson.

LV said...

I love seeing land and farms like this. Always so neat and clean. Really made some nice shots for your post.

Lisa ~Suburban Retreat~ said...

What a gorgeous farm! Hope you had a wonderful visit with your Grandson and you probably are already longing for the next!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

That is truly lovely. Glad you had a chance to get a good visit in with your grandson, too, Ann.


Sheila :-)

Deborah Kay at The Paint Splash said...

That is a beautiful farm. Glad you had a week with Cody. Lv u Deb

Deanna said...

That is a dream farm. Are you sure it's not Dorothy Gale's!

Have a great weekend!
Deanna :D

Anitra Cameron said...

Oh, I love fences like this! They surround, as Deanna said, dream farms, dream places. So beautiful to see!

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PS Thanks for joining the party!

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