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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Wheels


Dix, Nebraska

Last week TexWisGirl showed a wagon wheel fence on her Good Fences meme.
That reminded me of one I had to show off.

I guess when you live in farm country, there is no shortage of fence building materials.
Old tractor or irrigation wheels work fine.



Best part about this find, it was one of the very few places that when I passed it up it was easy to pull over, turn the Little House on the Highway around and go back to get the pictures.

This is linked to Good Fences





24 comments:

  1. Very cool fencing, love all the wagon wheels! Great captures, it is nice to be able to pull over safely for some photos! Have a great day!

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  2. I would have turned around too. This is certainly a unique fence!

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  3. Glad you were able to pull over ad take this neat photo!

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  4. love, love, LOVE this one! :D

    thanks for stopping and sharing!

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  5. That looks very fine for a fence. I like all the wheels have a second life.

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  6. How interesting is that! I would have stopped for sure.

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  7. fabulous fence...glad you stopped....

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  8. Great fence! I guess you use what you have . . . explains all those stone fences we see when we travel to Ireland.
    Rinda

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  9. this is wonderful John...love it.

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  10. Great idea for a fence! Nice that you were able to capture it!

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  11. Oh, I so love this fence!! Imagine having enough to build it with. I wonder how long it has been there.

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  12. Those look like some heavy wheels. They look like they're made of iron. Great shots.

    Thanks for stopping to view my fence this week.

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  13. Very creative, I like it!
    I also like the name of the place "Dix'. ;-)

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  14. Great fence. Only i think there is no ranch great enough to have so many spare wheels from their own vehicles.

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  15. Those wheels make a great country fence!

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  16. How cool is that?! Great recycling/repurposing and creativity! :-D

    ~Lindy

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  17. Oh that is so cool! I like this fencing!

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  18. This is one neat fence! Love it. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your kind words. Have a nice day!

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