"When it's raining "cats & dogs" outside .....Duck!
It's been a very soggy week here in "Wally World" aka (Walla Walla). Yesterday it rain but it cleared off enough that I was able to get out and take some pictures for Theresa's (The Run "A" Round Ranch Report) Thursday Meme: GOOD FENCES.
I'd seen and photographed this fence last year but didn't really like the pictures I took of it then so I wanted to go back and take better ones.
This particular fence is across the driveway heading into a Bed & Breakfast place (Vines and Roses) here in town. It's a gorgeous restored Victorian home and after look at their website I am wanting to stay there even though I live in the same town!
Walla Walla is starting to become famous now for more then just our Sweet Onions and Wheat. It's fast becoming "Wine Country" so I found the grape vine decorative fence very appropriate for are area.
The fence lines both sides of a driveway/bridge over a lovely little stream.
On the right side of the bridge some leaves from a neighboring tree were growing through the fence. I thought they looked really cool and sort of reminded me of (grape leaves) even though they aren't.
Another view showing some of the detail on the fence.
This is on the left side of the fence. They have beautiful landscaping here. The dogwoods are blooming now. Don't they look pretty behind that fence.
Another close-up of the fence. If you look closely you can see that behind this fence is a lovely little waterfall cascading into the stream that runs through the property.
I think this would be a wonderful place to stay at and relax and take in the beauty around you.
Have a great day & thanks for stopping by.
that really IS pretty! i could almost hear the water running. :)ReplyDelete
thanks for linking in!
I love the motif of the fences. Very appropriate for wine country!ReplyDelete
Fancy but I prefer the country look seeing I am country living.ReplyDelete
It is pretty though.
That is a perfect fence for an old Victorian home. I like your perspective on these shots.ReplyDelete
What a lovely ornate fence!ReplyDelete
Beautiful iron-work, and with a motif that works really well with all the vineyards in your area. It certainly looks like a lovely property, and if they take that much trouble over their fence, I'll bet the rooms are pretty out of this world. All the best, BonnyReplyDelete
That is a beautiful fence. Glad you got some more pics of it. None of our flowering trees have gotten started yet. The forsythia is in bloom though. We're getting there.ReplyDelete
Love the pretty fence, perfect for wine country. I love dogwood blooms they are so pretty. wonderful post and photos! Have a happy day and weekend!ReplyDelete
HI Ida I agree, book me in. Wonderful ornate iron work and I could just see the stream.ReplyDelete
Pretty fence designs. You must have great soil in Walla Walla. You do have the rain and nice temps.ReplyDelete
That's nice! Very ornamental and intricate!ReplyDelete
It's a really beautifully designed fence! I wouldn't mind at all having one like that on my property.ReplyDelete
This is a really beautifully designed wrought iron fence. Nice shots.ReplyDelete
That's a fabulous decorative fence!ReplyDelete
There's a lot of beauty inside that fence! I love the pink dogwood and little stream. I would want to stay there, too. Next time you have company....let them stay at your house and you can stay there! heehee! Enjoy your week!ReplyDelete
You make me want to run out and look for fences emerging from the snow banks, Ida :)ReplyDelete
Lovely fence from so many angles. I think I would love to visit that b&b. Thank you for visiting my site with Good Fences 5.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful fence ! I love the grey color. You have many great photos shown and I have fallen in love with the mama duck and her babies.
What a great fence, so much beautiful detail!!ReplyDelete
That's a very intricate pattern. I like it!ReplyDelete
Oh, this fence is so pretty with the waterfall and dogwood in the background! Yes, I would love to stay at that B&B - it looks gorgeous. xo KarenReplyDelete
Wonderful Fence with grape designs♡♡♡ReplyDelete
I DO agree that the leaves sure fits the gorgeous fence. Your pictures are so beautiful♪♪♪
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Hi Ida, you really found a beauty of a fence. It's a work of art. Thanks for the link, enjoyed looking at that neat bed and breakfast place.ReplyDelete
That really ought to go down into the Fence Hall of Fame, if there ever is one.ReplyDelete
Beautiful fences, thanks.ReplyDelete
That really is a nice looking fenceReplyDelete
this is a beautiful fence all by itself, the details is amazing. i like the shot at the end with the dogwoods behind it.. beautiful and i did look at the B and B and i would love it to. but WA is thousands of mile from here.ReplyDelete
That is one gorgeous fence!ReplyDelete
I love the detail in this wrought iron fence. It's very pretty and I'm sure the B&B would be lovely. We used to 'escape' from our kids when they were teens to a hotel in our city 20 minutes from home. lol I think you should definitely stay at that B&B! :)ReplyDelete
What a beautiful fence! All that detail. I'm so glad you shared it with us.ReplyDelete
Lots of detail in that fence. Nice!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous photos, especially the one with the Dogwood. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Oh, my! So gorgeous! What a beautiful place that must be. I especially love the pic with the leaves peeking through. They do look a little like grape leaves. Wonderful photos, Ida!ReplyDelete
my husband and i once stayed in a local hotel for our wedding anniversary for something different so going to this bed and breakfast to stay a night or two would be wonderful, i think... the iron fence is beautiful with all it's intricate workings. i simply love the tree leaves coming through on the one and the dogwood behind the other. some very nice images. hope all is well. have a great day~ReplyDelete
It's a lovely and probably unique design Ida.It would be a good choice for winelovers like us.ReplyDelete
A very good "fence" shot with those pretty flowers. It's interesting how grape orchards have developed across the state of Washington. I haven't been to Walla Walla in several years. I'd like to see the current town some time.ReplyDelete
Lovely detail on the fence and I think you captured it nicely with your photos. The B&B sounds nice. Happy Friday :)ReplyDelete
Love the design of that fence. I also like all those tulips in front of the fence on your blog photo.ReplyDelete
Beautiful fencing, Ida! I can see why you like it. Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
beautiful design on that faence :)ReplyDelete
That is a beautiful fence!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh I'm so glad you pointed me to your blog after somehow I visited your crafty one (which is a lovely blog, but way over my untalented head)....anyway I love love love this fence. Did I mention that we were both born and raised in Clarkston and then moved to Oregon in 1971 -- while our parents still lived in the valley -- we made so many trips through Walla Walla ... not so much any more, but we did go through there last summer as I went to a class reunion. WW has sure changed and grown and (IMHO) improved over the years.ReplyDelete
That is a lovely fence!ReplyDelete