Thursday, April 9, 2015

Good Fences ~ Edition 55 ~

As some of you know I live in an amazing part of New Jersey.
If I turn right out of my neighborhood, in about 10 minutes, 
I am in Farmland, USA. 
If  I turn left, in about 10 minutes, I am at the beach!

On April 5th, the hubs and I turned right,
there was something I needed wanted to photograph...

 This horse farm in Howell, New Jersey
It has been under construction for about a year now.
We pass this place so often when we "take a ride" on the backroads,
I have been waiting, not so patiently, 
for them to finish construction, so I could take pictures.

 On this day the gate was open, no one was "home",

 and it looks like this beautiful "barn" is ready for some horses.

 There are so many fenced off grazing corrals,

the farm is enormous, and yes that mio, taking a selfie.

 I can't get over how big this place is,
if I were a horse, I would definitely want to live here.

 Those signs on either post said something about
 trespassing and surveillance cameras...
I don't pay much attention to those things,
I may "have" to in the future.

 Rolling countryside and fences for what seems like miles.

 I'll be back, for sure...

 and hopefully next time,

there will be lots of beautiful horses behind these sprawling fences!

Sharing today's images with my good friend
for Good Fences
Stop by and consider joining in the fun, any fence or gate will do!

31 comments:

  1. WOW! Debbie that place is huge and very beautifully kept.

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  2. Good Morning, Debbie. If I were a horse I would want to live there too. What a beautiful horse farm.. I love the stables.. Great fence shots.. Have a happy day!

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  3. What a place. Open gates just imply 'come on in'!

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  4. Wow, you are lucky, you have the best of all worlds right at a moments arrival! What beautiful places.

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  5. Hi Debbie! What a great find - and I love all those beautiful buildings and fences. Nice work! (Wonder what all that cost them! :)

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  6. oh, that IS a gorgeous place! mucho dinero! wowza! fine, clean fencing, debbie!

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  7. Wow, what a gorgeous place! The horses will definitely be living in luxury :)

    Happy Thursday! Hugs

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  8. That is quite impressive! The buildings are beautiful!

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  9. Wow! Fantastic horse barns and fence! I always wonder, when driving past a fence like that, how much it cost. It's got to be a fortune. And so beautiful.

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  10. Your so right. I want to be a horse for a week. To run in open yard with white fences all around. Clean stalls, great barn inside and out. Awesome meals and a stack of hay at my feet to nibble on.

    This is Horse Luxury Haven. I guess really it won't happen to me. I am a human.

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  11. How gorgeous! (I hope I don't see your picture on the evening news, arrested for trespassing! Naughty girl!) I love that barn. My daughter lives in "horse country," and I see those long white fences each time we visit.

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  12. Wonderful area! Love all those white fences! Can't wait to see the horses there!

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  13. I much rather look at a horse farm then condos or apartment buildings any day. My parents had 2 growing up, I was 6 Rebel was 3 years old. Sister & I would always argue who was going to ride Rebel my favorite horse the tamer one. I use to love riding on a full moon night threw the forest. Rebel died of old age. Just brought tears to my eyes thinking about him, he was a good old horse.

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    1. if it weren't for the beaches, we would never turn left ;) this is a really beautiful area!!!!

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    2. Last Friday I drove down to a place called Emerald Isle use to be such a nice place to park your car & get out walk to the ocean, but now they have built so many houses & condos that there's no place to park unless you park in someones front yard then your car gets towed away. Yes there's public access parking but signs saying be out by sunset well that's when I want to take pictures at sunset. Thats why I made the comment rather see horse farms being built then condos. They have even torn down most of the fishing piers to make room. Now about my horse story I did get a little carried away day dreaming on my lunch hour looking at your horse farm pics thinking about the good old days owning a horse. I can tell you live in a beautiful place.

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  14. Horse - heck, I would live there as a human. Gorgeous!

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  15. absolutely stunning....every bit of it.

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  16. Great fences! And that barn is prettier than most houses! Wow!

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  17. Man that is quite the spread there. Lots of white fences and if that's the barn I want to be a horse!

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  18. Yep, you do live in a photogenic area for sure!

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  19. What a gorgeous place! I can understand that you were waiting for it to get finished. Hopefully the horses will come soon, it must be so beautiful then!

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  20. Oh wow - expenses be darned for some lucky horses!
    What a beautiful place!!!
    I wonder what kind of horses they'll have - you'll have to go back for us Debbie. :)

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  21. That looks like a horse heaven - lots of pretty fences.

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  22. So pristine; Hilton for horses.

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  23. That is just fantastic!! Just beautiful.

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  24. BIG money! It looks like something you'd find here. A gorgeous barn and property!

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  25. Beautiful Debbie! New Jersey is a place I would dearly love to explore. One of these days :)

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  26. Oh, I truly enjoyed all of these awesome pictures. I love pictures of farms, barns, farmland and fences. I would love to live on a farms and have horses. I was raised by a farmer/rancher. This is part of my childhood. Of course, we didn't have beautiful property like this; but I enjoyed playing on the farm.
    Blessings and hugs!

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  27. How very beautiful! Hunter would love seeing this new place. And, yes we need some horses now. Keep watching Debbie. :)

    xoxo

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  28. This will be the perfect place to scope out for many posts to come!

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