This simple white fence section on either side of the lane leading to a country home adds a nice touch, I think. It is so good to see the corn crops looking so well this year.
BG and I went to dinner last night in a nearby town and I took these shots after I got him to pull over to the shoulder of the highway. What really caught my eye on our little drive through the rural countryside on our way to dinner was how tall the corn crops are and how good they look this year. We are needing more rain now, but I think the corn is already "made".
We had dinner at a little restaurant in the little river town and I, of course, had to get a shot of the unusual little fence in front of the building. Or whatever it is, I call it a fence. :)
After a hot and busy afternoon, I was glad to get out of cooking! So what did I have to eat? BBQ pork steak and BG had the special which was BBQ brisket with bleu cheese potatoes. I love cheese, but am not fond of bleu cheese. I had a baked potato. I couldn't eat all of my steak and got a box to take it home, but when I got up to leave we stopped to talk to some folks there and I forgot all about it and left it on the table. So there went my midnight snack. We were too full to have some of their wonderful strawberry cake.
We walked just a little ways down the street after dinner where there is a very small park in between the buildings. This was the fence next to the sidewalk. There are some beautiful hydrangeas in this little park. I wish mine did so well! The one I planted is barely hanging in there. For some reason, I just don't have good luck with hydrangeas.
Linking to Theresa's Good Fences
Happy Thursday to you!