Meggie, that is a spectacular fence. I have never seen the like before. I hope you have a wonderful Friday!
Hello Elaine...It is a first for me too! There are two sections, one on each side of the driveway leading to a farmhouse.
Happy Friday Meggie! It seems to have come around very quickly this week - time is just flying by. I love the fence - it probably wouldn't last long over here as metal theft is on the increase!
Hello Scarlet....I'm thinking your Friday is almost over. It seems like it was just Easter Sunday. Such a shame about metal theft. Actually, I don't understand stealing anything. I think about your fruit from your allotment. You and hubby did all the work....
Wow...love this unique fence. You never know what you will find on some country backroads. I love this kind of adventure with my camera in hand. Great quote too!
I may never find one again as unique as this....I wasn't really looking for one....Thanks for noticing the quote!
Welcome Tanya...thank you. I hopped over to your Friday"s Fences and took a look around. Virginia is my favorite state! That is, next to Texas.
Meggie, this brought back a memory of the wagon wheel my mother searched for to lean against the post coming into our driveway. She created such a magical garden there--some daffodils, a red bud tree, day lilies, and vinca. That wagon wheel in spring came to life! I love their unique use in a fence...it made me smile. XOXO
Hello Susan...I agree, the fence does put a smile on my face. It conjures up all kinds of questions like, where did they get that many wheels? Whose idea was it?
I love that wagon wheel fence.What a novel way to use them!I am just wondering what time difference there is between you there and us here in UK, do you have any idea?
Hi Anne....someone had a plan. Do you think it was a "Honey-Do" job? I believe the time difference is 6 hours.
I wonder where they got all those wheels...were they collected over the years or bought? Whatever, it is a wonderful fence!
Hi Rose...I've been wondering that myself. I took a look at your post today...nice gate and fence photo. Loved the cucumber too!
Very cool wagon wheel fence!
Thanks for stopping by...A very nice photo you posted today for Friday's Fences.
I LOVE this fence! It is wonderful! It's so great when people are so innovative! I used to live in Ledbetter, TX. by the way. Great Fridays Fence post.
Hello Marie...I think it is one of a kind. I've heard of Ledbetter, but I don't believe I have ever been there.
Haven't seen one lie that before. Thans for sharing
Hello Joe Todd...It is a first for me too! Thanks for becoming a follower. Your photography is fantastic!
I love that fence and so up my street as it's recycling and I love re-using things. Suzy x
Hello Suzy...It makes me want to go thrifting tomorrow and look for 1 wagon wheel. I can't imagine having enough money to buy that many. I should have counted the wheels.
Oh, I love old wagon wheels. I have never seen them made into a fence. It makes for a beauty.
Hello Barb....thanks for taking a look at my fence photo. You have some very interesting photos on you blog.
What a cool fence!Happy weekend......enjoy your flowers and green grass.
That wagon wheel fence is awesome, Meggie! I've never seen one like that.
Don't you just marvel at what people choose for fencing material? Sometimes it's just whatever is available at the time. This wagon wheel choice is really whimsical. Also makes a great photos--closeup and long view.
gorgeous view. love wheels. i'm really taken back by your header photo. just lovely. with the black-eyed susans. (: