I know I've mentioned Posted Signs before,
in writing about fences.
The sign has seen better days....
Here, in Texas, I will still take this one seriously.
And, if you might still have a wee bit of doubt,
this should convince you.
Beyond the fence, hay bales as far as the eye can see...
all from the last cutting of the year.
I'm not sure what the owner is protecting,
unless it's from unwanted deer hunters, that would venture
in the background woods.
Besides the last hay cutting....
early autumn brings a profusion of color,
with the wildflower Bidens aristosa.
In these parts, the common name is Tickweed...
one most of us recognize.
I try to leave you with good thoughts for the coming week end.
"The Best One Ever"
linking today with Gosia,
for Fences From Around the World.
to enjoy other Bloggers and their fences.
Love all the different fences in these images and the yellow flowers are lovely. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Margaret....we should all enjoy the cooler weather for this week end.Delete
Love the fences and the tickweed is so pretty. I'm guessing that they are wanting to keep out hunters with that sign. Have a nice weekend!ReplyDelete
Hi Cheryl...That was my guess too, although someone could steal a few bales of hay. Enjoy your week end, too !Delete
lovely photos. Love from PolandReplyDelete
Love the round bales! Beautiful wildflowers even if they have a weedy name!ReplyDelete
Great fences. Yeah heading the signs might be a good idea in Texas. Pretty wild flowers.ReplyDelete
Your fences are always interesting and have a story! I love the Tick Weed--it must be kin to the Black-eyed Susan!ReplyDelete
I never want to trespass on people's land...any place Roger hunted before his stroke, he had permission.ReplyDelete