Thursday, August 28, 2014

Good Fences ~ Edition 23 ~

I found this fun gate in Stonington, Connecticut,

wonderfully presented and I loved the stone work around it.

I am so happy to be sharing this pretty gate with
my good friend
for Good Fences.
Stop by and consider joining in the fun, any fence or gate will do!!
 

18 comments:

  1. i LOVE this!!! being born on the 4th of july, i think i need some flags around here... have been considering a craft idea, but i guess i need to paint a certain folger's can first...

    looked for a post from you today in my reader list. when you joined up, i remembered why i didn't see one. ;)

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  2. Lovely gate, hence and stones.

    That certainly solves the problem of a flag being tattered by the wind or having to take it down at sunset.

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  3. That is so charming. Loved it!

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  4. Hey, that's pretty cool. Several types of fencing going on. One of the best entries for this week's GOOD FENCES. Well done.

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  5. What a lovely gate Debbie!So unique!!Preety white fences!!
    Dimi...

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  6. What a pretty scene, the flag gate, stones and the picket fence are all lovely.. Have a great evening, Debbie..

    BTW, thanks for stopping by and the comment on my post.

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  7. I love this very patriotic gate Debbie. Well spotted!

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  8. ooooo i love this gate and fence.

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  9. That is a super gate and fence! I like the stones, too. Great find!

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  10. This is a very beautiful fence and gate; I would love that picket fence around my house; but of course it wouldn't match.
    Blessings for a great fence photo!

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  11. Awesome gate. Love how the painted fence, gate and stones compliment each other. Great fence post, Debbie!

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  12. Love it, love it! What a fun, patriotic gate!

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  13. That's awesome! Love the stones!

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