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Teagardener

Yes, that’s about what it looks like, good description! Their zig zag pattern resembles uhmm . . . ric rack ribbon :) Have a nice evening Linda!

silverfox19134

HI Tea.. It's sort of a tic tack toe effect, without the middle board. Quite unique. Thanks for posting it. I can see the deer footprints in the snow. Linda

Teagardener

@mariolyn
Hello Mariolyn, we thought you might enjoy another fence puzzle :) Thanks for working it! Have a good rest of the week . .

mariolyn

My favorite FENCE. Thanks, and @goingsilver.

valt46

@Teagardener thank you I love our Jigidi University never too old to learn ☺♥

Teagardener

@valt46
Hello Val ! The fence in the photo is a reproduction, but when early settlers established their homesteads, one of the first things to do was secure their livestock, so this kind of fence could be made without nails, just an ax or saw. In the South you can see a few (newer ones), but they’re mostly decorative :) Ah, you didn’t ask me for all that information (I’ve got to cut back on the caffeine!) Thanks for doing the puzzle :)

Teagardener

@pumpkinhead
You welcome Suzy, I think you’ll enjoy reading it!

valt46

Tea I have never seen a fence like this before an interesting puzzle thank you ☺♥

pumpkinhead

Thank you for the title. I have it written down! :)

Teagardener

@BACKin15
I never thought about the colors, but you’re right!
Thank you for your nice comment and for doing the puzzle :)

BACKin15

The blue of the shadows, the white of the snow, and the browns of the fence
make this photo a 10/10. tfp

Teagardener

@Putem
You’re absolutely right :)
Thank you for working the puzzle!
Have a good weekend.

Stronger than straight fences and easier to build.

Teagardener

@pumpkinhead
Well, it looks like that book has migrated to the upstairs, but if I remember right, it’s by Tom Bodett and called America’s Historic Trails (‘97). All about how postal routes, wagon routes and other trails eventually became our roadways. Especially interesting up in your area :)

Teagardener

I’d love to see your stone walls! We have them here, what’s left of them date back to Pre-Civil War. I imagine yours are built out of totally different stone, so interesting :) Since you like to explore old roads, I have a great book to suggest . . just a second:

pumpkinhead

All the time, Tea. Up on the state land there are split rail fences as well as stone walls. We love going up in the hills of the county to explore the old roads and foundations.

Teagardener

@pumpkinhead
Yes, it made a pretty pattern :) Do you ever see old fences like this one in your state?

pumpkinhead

Winter on the split rail fence is very attractive, Tea! Thanks!

Teagardener

@goingsilver
Thank you Lorna, I meant to tag Mariolyn, but it slipped my mind. I know she enjoys fence puzzles :)
I’m happy you liked the puzzle!

goingsilver

@mariolyn

goingsilver

The snow enhances this lovely rustic fence s nicely! Thanks Tea.
I am going to tag someone who is a well known fan of all things fence related!

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