Wednesday, January 14, 2015

What a fence! ~ Break time!


Here's what you can do with all your old pots and pans.  Just decorate a fence with them!


These were quick drive-by shots and I'm going to have to make a point of going by this farm again when the sun isn't in my face and get better ones.  Besides, I just want to see this again! 

I would love to be able to walk up to this and look it over closely and see just what was used besides pots and pans to make this one of a kind fence.  

This family is really into recycling because they also have a cobalt blue wine bottle garden in the yard in front of the house.   

Linking to Theresa's Good Fences

I'm going to be taking a blog break.  Everything is fine here.  We're all fine.  I just need to concentrate on The Project and many little projects around this house for awhile.  You know I will have to drop in and visit from time to time, but I won't be posting or commenting.  Thanks to all my blog friends for sticking with me even when I can't be online as much as I'd like.  I'll be back when I can.  Stay well and stay warm! 

Happy Thursday to you!
xo Cheryl   

39 comments:

  1. This is an amazing fence, I have never seen anything like it. But I would like t get a close look, I hope you go back! Don't be gone too long!

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  2. LOVE the fence. Most interesting one I have ever seen. Fascinating for sure. Enjoy the blogging break. I'm sure you'll get alot accomplished. Take care.

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  3. I can just see this in my head.....the man went to tons of garage sales, picking out the pots and pans for his wife....but she didn't like them....and he couldn't take them back.....so he decided to show the whole world what he bought for his wife that she complained about and stick them on the fence. My dad used to go buy a bunch of junk at garage sales that my mom wondered what on earth he planned to do with them. He should have built a fence out of them. lol

    Hope your project goes as planned!

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  4. This fence is creative and fantastic use of old 'things'.Enjoy your break from Bloging, Cheryl

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  5. this is really the oddest fence ever but i am like you, i would like an up close visit to it.. enjoy your break and finish that project.

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  6. Oh. my. goodness!!! I would love to GO WITH YOU to look that fence over closely!! I LOVE it! Wow!

    Cheryl, we will still be here. Projects suck all your energy... I can absolutely relate! Wishing you smooth and speedy progress! blessings ~ tanna

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  7. Oh Cheryl I love that fence i want to go see what else this obvious artist has. I would be there everyday trying to figure out what was used for this fence.
    I understand your need of a break from blogging take care. Hug B

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  8. Enjoy your break!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  9. What a cool fence. I think this guy is onto something, there. What a lucky find for you. Enjoy your break, we all need them from time to time.

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  10. I'm with you....I'd love to walk this fence and admire all the old stuff that is hanging around. super nice! Enjoy your break...have fun!

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  11. i think it's fascinating and sort of adorable, but i'm not sure i'd want to look at it every day! laughing at the characters lifting brooms and rakes and such! thanks, cheryl! good luck w/ the continued 'project'. :)

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  12. OH YES! Do go back and take more photos. This is so unusual!

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  13. Now that is a great fence!! Have a good break:)

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  14. Wow!!!! that is one neat looking fence. Blessings Francine.

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  15. Wow. How interesting! I would love to see up close too! Enjoy your break. I know you will be productive.

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  16. Oh my gosh that is quite the fence; I would love to see it up close too. I love what people come up with. Enjoy your blog break; I will miss you. I will look forward to see you back.
    Blessings for you to get your projects completed quickly!

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  17. That would be a cool fence to browse slowly. I know you have had your plate full and wondered how you had time to blog. Enjoy the break and keep taking pictures to share when you come back.

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  18. I would love to see this fence up close but, not in my yard. lol enjoy your time! :)

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  19. Oh, how I love this...I would love to give it a good looking over, too. I bet we would see stuff we did not expect to see.

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  20. Not my thing, as my grand daughter would say, that's gaudy grandma. Almost as bad as those bottle trees I've seen.

    Enjoy your break.

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  21. Wow, that is some fence. I think I can see a horse and rider about the middle.

    Diana
    http://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/islington.html

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  22. Wow that fence is so cool and interesting. I do hope you go back and get closer views.

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  23. Cheryl, what an interesting fence. I kind of want to take a spoon and bang each pot and pan as I run by. I started a new blog and am now following you! :-)

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  24. Who comes up with this kind of stuff? Weirdorama! Good luck with your projects!

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  25. That is one UNUSUAL fence. what a wonderful find

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  26. I'd say someone's creativity was taken to the extreme...it's very original and fun...
    Take care of yourself during your blog break; we will miss you...

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  27. Very cool fence find.. I would love to see up close. Have a happy weekend!

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  28. Everyine needs a break, Cheryl, as there are so many things to do and enjiy in life, so hope yiu do the same on yours. And, yes, a very cool fence!

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  29. That looks like it belongs in a silly storybook for children- very interesting! Have a nice break!

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  30. That is a pretty impressive fence.
    One thing I love about blogging and blogging friends.... we all have lives to live, and when we get busy, it's ok.
    We'll be here when you get back :)

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  31. Between my vacation to Florida and your break, I keep missing you Cheryl! Dang!

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  32. I admire the beauty and the time and thought that went into this but the other me wonders how many wasp nests are in that fence.

    Fantastic fence.

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  33. Hi Cheryl, I am beginning to feel better after two horrible months of knee problems with tons of pain... Finally had surgery--so things are looking up, although slowly.

    Craziest fence I have ever seen!!!!! How is the daughter's home going? Has she moved in yet? I know how busy you all are... I admire you for taking on such a huge project....

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  34. That is QUITE a FENCE! Wow...would be neat to see up close, for sure! Hope you are enjoying your break.

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  35. That pots-and-pans fence is something else! I kind of like it but my HOA (homeowners association) would not!

    Enjoy your break from blogging and I hope The Project goes well.

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  36. Hi Cheryl, WoW what a fence! I would like to know the stories behind all those pots and pans.Just when I am trying to get back to blogging you will be taking a break, ~smile~ enjoy this time~

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