Hello & Welcome.
It's time for some GOOD FENCES
hosted by Theresa, (The Run-a-round Ranch Report)
Today I'll be sharing some fences taken on our recent (Oct.17) trip to Elgin, OR to ride the Eagle Cap Excursion Train
. - Mind you all of these shots were taken from a moving train (which had dirty windows) so they aren't the best quality photos but I think they turned out okay.
Both of these deer shots were taken just as the train started moving out of town. The deer are actually standing in peoples yards.
Not exactly sure what this gate is used for. Those of you who "ranch" will know what it's for.
Saw this beat up sign and an old moss covered fence post and had to get a photo of it.
Lots of barbed wire fencing along the way. - I like this shot because of the bright red post and the lovely "bokeh" that is in the photo.
We passed an RV park along the way and I snapped this photo of the fence around it. Note the picnic tables on the left side of the photo.
We pulled into a small town an I snapped this charming little gate.
I spotted this fence on a hillside as we were heading back into town on the return trip.
Here is a scene heading back into Elgin, I thought the trees were really pretty and spotted that old house behind the fencing so I zoomed in for a closer look at it. Guess what.....
It's "abandoned." - I think it looks really moody in this shot.
Today's Things to be Thankful For:
1. Being able to take this train ride (my first time on a train) and getting some great photos.
2. Good Fences
3. Wildlife - We saw, Deer, Turkey & my most favorite of all a Bald Eagle!
No fence in this shot although there was one is another photo of the eagle that didn't turn out very well (blurred). Taking a photo of a Bald Eagle was on my "bucket list" so I am sharing this today along with my fence shots.
4. Good Friends, My friend (Teresa) from Spokane is visiting today so I'm looking forward to spending time with her.
5. That my cat (Captain Cuddles) is starting to get better. He has a bad case of Feline Acne that we are dealing with. It's starting to clear up but having to wash his chin every day is hard on him so I'm happy that it's looking better and the antibiotics the Vet gave him are clearing up the infection from the clogged pores.
I will try to get by your blogs this weekend. Since I have company today and tomorrow Coleen is having surgery I'm not sure when I'll be able to pop in but I'll get there sooner or later.