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You are very welcome. Glad I could pass on to you nice folks a bit of history. :-) ...................
Thanks, Mountain, I was intrigued as well.
Very nice photo texasstar7 and thanks for the info annjax it was educational
What a cool bit of info. I didn't know that. Thanks, Annie!
Thanks, Tex. Great photo & puzzle................Chookies, that style fence was used a lot back in the early settlement of our continent. You can tell by the design that it pretty much supported itself---no need for fence posts. Sometimes the joints would be secured with wire, rope, even rags but these materials were often very scarce & hard to come by. And the rails were as near as the forest & didn't have to be building quality logs. One more great thing about them---almost every section could be a gate. Just let down & swing around the logs in a corner & let the cattle, horses, or wagon come through! Just thought you would be interested..............
I know, can you imagine how fresh the air must be?
Looks like an awesome place to be
Me too! It would renew the soul! (and rest the sole, too)
Oh, how tempting to walk around barefoot and squish my toes in the grass and dirt.
You're most welcome, Maryrob. Come and join us for a picnic.
It's lovely lovely lovely,Thank youTS
Sis, we could even have a picnic under those trees! Thanks, Morris, Warbler, Nicky and Joyfulli, too. I agree, it's very serene and beautiful.
I really like this photo. Beautiful!
Such a tranquil place - could spend hours there soaking up the peace and beauty. Thanks. Nicky.
Ahh. I see now. We're long distance cabin posters- your has a nicer yard than mine. And it looks like two rooms and a loft. Nice! Thanks Tex.
I love this, Sis! So serene. I could spend the day sitting on the grass and just soaking it in. Thanks!
Carole, you're right. Lovely East Texas! Thanks, good to see you here. Patty, you're most welcome, of course!
Nice, nice, nice!!! Thank you!
Looks like east Texas to me, neighbor! I wish Dogwood would grow here in this area; it's gorgeous!Carole
You're most welcome, Chooks. Thanks, CM.
Unusual designed fence! Thanks tex:)