You just never know...
what you may find on the prairie.
The fence has been around
for as long as I have traveled
these country back roads.
The wonder is....
"How did they manage to collect so many wheels?"
Joining today with
Theresa of the Run a Round Ranch.
to view other fences from around the world
Hello!:) It's a good use of wheels and is very decorative Looks the part in front of the barn!ReplyDelete
Just checked out your post...so funny. Thanks for your comment.Delete
Hi Meggie! What a wonderful fence and the question is 'how did they get so many wheels?'ReplyDelete
i love the faded red barn in the shot too!
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truly awesome! love the weathering on it, too.ReplyDelete
Thanks Theresa....what I didn't show is that it goes on for quite a distance. At least thirty or more wheels on that stretch of fencing.Delete
That is the coolest fence I've ever seen!ReplyDelete
Hello, dear friend. Doesn't it look right at home, in front of the old barn. Your wonderful recipes, on your blog, continue to make me drool over desserts.Delete
One of my favorite all time fences! I have a vintage Amish Buggy wheel in my living room that is quite a conversation starter!ReplyDelete
I like the rustic barn with that creative fence. Someone must have had a wheel sale!ReplyDelete
That is a wonderful fence! Given the age of those old wagon wheels, I bet it's valuable too.ReplyDelete
Love those wagon wheels!ReplyDelete
Love the barn and wheel fence. Have a lovely weekend.ReplyDelete
Those wheels make for a great fence and I'm loving the barn behind it too.ReplyDelete
That is a wonderful fence! I would love to have something like that.ReplyDelete