Plucky, Hard-working Fences in the Backbone of America

No privacy here, but these fences work hard keeping your food from getting away. Where’s the beef? Right here near Woodlake, CA, behind these simple, durable fences.

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leaning fences
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a fenced in fence

 

Decorated fence
Decorated fence
horse fence
horse fence
fancy horse fence
fancy horse fence
prickly fence
prickly fence
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antiques road show
fence on wheels
fence on wheels
rough fence
rough fence

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Author: Marsha

Hi, I'm Marsha Ingrao, author, blogger and retired teacher/consultant. Read more about me here. http://wp.me/P7tP3I-2

4 thoughts on “Plucky, Hard-working Fences in the Backbone of America”

    1. I’ve ripped a few pair of pants. Once when a bull chased my husband and I. It was just good to get over the fence, no matter what scraped in the process. We would have been in a worse scrape had the bull had his way with us! 🙂

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