Wayzata, Minnesota

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Good Fences # 12 for 12 June 2014

To honor the 12th posting for Good Fences, on this Thursday, June 12th I offer twelve random fences!

Basking in the sunshine in Red Wing, Minnesota.

I have my London Eye on you Big Ben!

Must hurry, so many sights (and so many fences) to see in lovely London.

Raising trees in Dakota County.

Oh the lake is calling again.  Just follow the wooden fence all the way to the water.

Walk or ride Red Rock Canyon (outside of Las Vegas) in Nevada is the place to linger about.

Yes, that's me, shooting at Spicer Castle in Spicer, Minnesota.
Of course ,we have golden sunsets even during winter.

Oh you poor sad little broken fence.

Honey, I'm going to stick with you forever!

Dear old lovely gate, what beautiful leaves you have gathered.

Just down the road is a swimming pool hiding in plain sight behind this fencing and nearly naked trees.

My sister-in-law and her hubby had quite the lovely gardens on their Florida property.  Now that they have moved away, I wonder if it's still as quaint as it once was.

Last but certainly not least-

Lake City, Minnesota, taking a peek at the frozen lake after lunch.  Yep, it's still frozen.

I hope you enjoyed twelve very different and random fences.

You can view other Good Fences posts here, or bring your own post as well!


Kate said...

You have an eclectic collection of fences! Wide variety and widely scattered. Good job! Thanks for visiting my blog; you mentioned the library, and I wonder if you are from Mn and how you are familiar with our library?

Roan said...

I really like all the fences, but my absolute favorite is the "Honey, I'm going to stick with you forever!" fence. Too cute!


Great finds...truly!!!
That one 'honey' image and your narrative made me smile!

TexWisGirl said...

what a great variety! a full dozen! the 'stick' made me laugh. you goof. :)

thanks, karen!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Did enjoy.

Are you carrying around your own figurines again?

Have a great weekend.

John Foster said...

Love the London one and the lovely old gate.

Karen S. said...

Yes I'm living in Minnesota about 30 miles south of Minneapolis and visiting libraries is my thing!

Cloudia said...

WoW! Super Tour de Fence!

ALOHA from Honolulu
=^..^= <3

orchid Miyako said...

Oh, I've been to London in my 40's sweet memory♡♡♡ What a WONDERFUL varieties of fences; I had really lovely smile from the 'stick together'(^_^)v

So sorry for my belated comment,I have been busy. But trying to catch up p;)

Sending you lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Phil Slade said...

I'm impressed by your huge selection of fences Karen. I really like the Dakota view; such a simple fence in a wonderful landscape setting. Are you kiddin? The lake still frozen in June? And thanks for visiting Another Bird Blog.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Hey, I made it to Red Wing a couple of times!

Leovi said...

Yes, really wonderful view of London! I also really like those frames with diagonal lines on the horizon!

Linda said...

Love the tin people!