It's that time of the year....

It's that time of the year....

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Good Fences # 5

Rae and animals at Barbara Jo's

A photo of my sis taken in Maryland at the home my niece and her family were living in at the time.  They had quite a few exotic animals as pets.  I love the old rustic fence in the background!

I am linking to Theresa at Good Fences. 


Stay safe and be happy!!

Beth

44 comments:

  1. Oh Beth that is the best photo I LOVE it. Hug B

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  2. What a wonderful picture.
    We spent our first night in the new house. Tired but very thankful!
    God bless your day.

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  3. A beloved sister, a turkey, and a miniature horse with a fence behind them. Who could ask for more!

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  4. What a great photo Beth! The animals are so beautiful. I'll just bet your sister was having a grand time on the farm!!

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  5. I love that turkey. I've never seen one with that much white on it before!

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  6. Cool photo, Beth. And great critter fence!

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  7. what a cute photo! what a pair of pasture buddies, too! thanks for linking, beth!

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  8. Beth, I had never seen a turkey like that till I went with my daughter to Amish Acres in northern Indiana. The little pony, doesn't look any bigger than the turkey. Cute. Hope you have a great day, xoxo,Susie

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  9. The farm was old. It had a beautiful view of South Mountain. The turkey's name was Snow.

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  10. I like the way the fence blends so well with its surroundings.
    That is a very handsome turkey. It is a lovely picture.

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  11. That is a awesome pretty turkey. Nice linking fences.

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  12. quite the turkey. Your sister's place makes me think of my grandparent's farm when I was young. Wish we could go back to those days. Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

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  13. What a lovely Turkey. I like that picture Beth.
    I hope you have a nice day.

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  14. soo cute, those animals look very tame!! and the fence is old and rustic, just the way i like them!!

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  15. Cute photo and I like the rustic fence!

    Visiting from Good Fences #9

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  16. It sure does look rustic and lovely...good old American farm country.

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  17. Love the fence...but I must admit, the turkey stole the show!!

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  18. That is a cool looking turkey.
    Where in MD?

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  19. Wow, I would love to see that turkey in real life...quite the handsome fellow.

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  20. Oh, my! I absolutely love that turkey! xo Nellie

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  21. wow, that is an amazing photo, is that a turkey???

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  22. It is a neat looking rustic fence. Wow a miniature horse and a turkey, how fun. That turkey almost looks as big as the horse.

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  23. Awwwww Beth this is so cute. Love the miniature horse. Your sister looks like she is enjoying it too.

    Felicia

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  24. Thanks for sharing such a wholesome picture. Also, the fence is neat .

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  25. Great photo. Is that a Shetland pony? Weird combo, a pony and a turkey.

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  26. Where in Maryland? I lived there for 15 years. Loved it.

    Love,
    Janie

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  27. I know we re suppose to be oooing over fences, but I had a hard time moving past those beautiful lilacs!

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  28. Oh! what a cute pony! Hope you have a wonderful Friday!

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  29. Nice setting for life. Looks like comfortable fun. Bertie

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  30. First off- I LOVE your header! Great picture of your sister and a wonderful fence in the background! xo Diana

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  31. Wow! That Turkey is nearly as big as the pony!

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  32. A fantastic photo and great memories that go with it.

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  33. Love that photo. Happy Memorial Day. Hugs, xo

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  34. Oh what a lovely photo , and these two get on well to. How lovely.

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  35. That turkey is too beautiful to eat!

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  36. A fence with a birdhouse - now that is something really good!

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