Thursday, July 16, 2015

Hokianga fence

I often say I prefer practical fences, those that serve a purpose.  Here's one that definitely meets that criteria.  We whizzed past it on the open road between Rawene and Kaikohe, then turned around and went back for a quick photo. 


I will be linking to Good Fences.

14 comments:

  1. That definitely does serve a purpose and that wood is perfect for winter in Northland :-)

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  2. Hello Pauline, it is a sturdy fence to hold all that wood! Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

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  3. I agree with your post. I like a working fence, although I appreciate a well made fence for ornamentation.

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  4. a nice design! i like the cut wood, too. :)

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  5. It looks sturdy. Wonder how long that much wood will last?

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  6. Yep! NO way that wood is going to escape

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  7. Nice to see the cut ends of the wood too!

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  8. That is a pretty neat fence and my that's a bunch of wood. Glad you went back to get a photo of it to share.

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  9. that is a pretty cool fence find.

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  10. This is a neat photo Pauline, glad you turned around and took a photo :)

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  11. Hi Pauline, what a great fence post. Something a bit different and interesting. Nice shot!
    Have a nice week ahead. cm

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  12. So the logs won't escape. Love their colours.

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  13. I could use some of that firewood over here at the moment - we're having a VERY cold spell! But that probably means you are too, right?!

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