too funny!i like that fence, a lot!
oh, that little leprechaun is too cute!! so sweet. happy st. patrick's day to you a little early. enjoy the weekend. big hugs!! (:
Cute. Looks like a beautiful day to sit on the fence and enjoy a good book.
Well done Carletta.That looks like a secure fence which would keep cattle etc in and hopefully "rogue Mickey bulls", emus and kangaroos not being able to knock down. Maybe the "little green man, the Leprechaun" is the secret?You have unsuspectingly done me a favour. I was wondering why in Melbourne, yep, that place where the Melbourne Cup is run and the place of 4 seasons in a day, has no horse racing tomorrow. Melbourne stages a St.Patricks day carnival similar to the big one in New York. I had completely forgotten - so it will be green attire tomorrow here in Australia - the 17th.The Gothic style Catholic Cathedral in Melbourne is St.Patricks, just like NYC!You can "google" is to see - very impressive building.CheersColinPs: Who has also Irish blood flowing through my veins!
This sure berought a smile to my face!
Hi Carletta, Happy St. Patrick's Day to you and your family... Wear green so you won't get pinched... ha ha ...Love your fence --and how appropriate to have a leprechaun sitting there reading!!!!Hugs,Betsy
What better place to read than on a fence in the sun!Feather in the Fence
What a clever photo. Sounds like a nice thing to do--sit in the sunshine and read. Mickie :)
Hahaha, very nice! I wonder if he is contemplating of changing to Nook?Happy St Patrick's Day!
Very cute, great place to sit and read..
:) awesome post and picture
Happy St. Patrick's Day - it's a wee leprechaun! Love the whimsy of the little fella on the fence!
Nice addition to that great fence! Happy St. Paddys to ya!
Perfect!!! Have a wonderful St. Paddy's Day!
And a happy St Paddy's Day to you Carletta, althingh a bit early. I would be charmed to run across this little reader leaning against a fence post.
Awwww! He's so cute.
That is cool!Friday Fences
Carletta....This is so cute. You were so clever. About Lucy Selina....Before you get to Lexington you will see the exit for Longdale Furnace. That is it! The people who own the house at the furnace live in FL in the winter and come up here in the runners. The houses across Rt. 60 were all homes used at the time of the furnace. It is really neat. We got to talk to a gentleman who lived in one of the old homes and really learned all kinds of newt stuff. If you decide to go, let me know and I will give you all the poop we learned. genie
Wonderful photo.Very good composed.Regards and best wishes
He's very brave to balance himself there while he reads a book. :)
Great Fridays Fence! Did the leprechaun show you the way to his pot of gold?
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