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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Good Fences #5




Inside the apple orchard looking out.


This is a fence along the nearby apple orchard that is supposed to keep the deer out of the orchard.  It is 6 feet high page wire with 3 strands of electric fencing on top to make it 8 feet.  

From farther back.
These photos were taken May 29, 2013.  I can't wait until our corner of the world is green again!

With apple blossoms added too.


I am linking with GOOD FENCES.  Theresa at 
The Run *Around* Ranch Report is hosting this great meme every Friday and the link goes up on Thursday.  I hope you might join us.
Have a great day!

Blessings,

Pam


51 comments:

  1. I enjoy seeing deer out in the woods, but they can be destructive. My brother planted grapes and the deer ate the grapes and the vines. Hopefully your fence is working. Come on green!

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  2. I'm thinking the electric fence at the top will stop the deer from trespassing. ;)

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  3. the wire mesh looks like it was a lot of work to assemble! hand tying each intersection! great fence! great GREEN, too! i know you're ready!

    thanks for linking in!

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  4. Your neck of the woods is gorgeous. Won't it be beautiful with apple blossoms?

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  5. Oh my heavens, love that green scenery, gorgeous!!!!

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  6. Lots of wide open green spaces for you once it warms up. When you said how many deer were in the area the other day, I feel sorry for them as perhaps there is more than a food source available?

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  7. so much beauty for the eye to take in. all that green is gorgeous. i'll bet those apples are delicious too. have a great day~

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  9. Lovely green spaces! What is it about an old fence anyway...they just complete the landscape!

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  10. Nice views - and so much green! It's just barely starting to turn green around here. We had rain yesterday, which was sorely needed. Still only 36 degrees this morning.

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  11. I like that woven wire fence. Hard to believe that in another month you'll have all that lush green returning, isn't it! :-)

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  12. Hi Pam Won't be long now before you see green again and the apple blossom blooming. Love the view through the 1st fence.

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  13. Oh My snow is gone but that winter feeling still. Wearing winter coat's still. . I like your fence wire fence.

    Your greenery and your last pic. Come on Spring to stay.

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  14. How romantic....a lovely apple orchard! Thank you for sharing this Pamela!

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  15. Wonderful to see green again! Won't be long now!

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  16. Beautiful photos of all the green! I hope you see it again soon. The grass has really greened up here this week and the flowers are beginning to peak through.
    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  17. Beautiful! I'm taken by the fact you are from New Brunswick. Such gorgeous views and you make me imagine now about my mother's family of Mitchells, Pickards and Christys in such a setting who came from there.

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  18. Apples in blossom are so beautiful!
    With the electric added that fence might actually work!!
    Deer can jump so high!

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  19. The scent of apple blossoms is so wonderful! I hope the fence keeps the deer out, those cute, but pesky critters can sure ruin a lot of fruit trees and gardens. Beautiful greens in your images!

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  20. Gorgeous photos of spring in full bloom. Our apple blossom has now made its appearance and it looks so beautiful. I can't wait for the weekend to cut some to fill my vases for the house. Take care xx

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  21. When you showed the photo of all the deer in your area the other day I wondered how anyone grew anything to eat. I see how now. That fence should stop them.
    I hope the green soon appears in your area. Beautiful apple orchard.

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  22. So green! You are patiently waiting for some of this for this season yourself. Interesting deer fence. You barely notice it but I bet the deer do.

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  23. Those are great fences Pam! Thank you for stopping by my blog. I am now following you!

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  24. Wonderful green pics! Reminds me to make a note to myself to check to see of the apple trees have started to bloom around here. I don't think so, but I don't want to miss it. Thanks!

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  25. Wonderful images with the fences. Love apple blossoms!

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  26. Deer can be high jumpers. Good thing the wire was electric.

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  27. It is hard to imagine all that green right now, eh? lol..
    Oh well a little snow is good fertilizer so they say.. You
    take such beautiful photos, my friend.. xo

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  28. I love seeing all the beautiful green after a long winter! A wonderful series of fence shots. Have a happy weekend!

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  29. It won't be long. All of that wonderful moisture will soak in and you'll have a very green Spring! I love the fences....this is turning into one of my favorite parties to join! Hugs, Diane

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  30. I love your new photo of you dear Pat! Oh beautiful images, I'd love to go for a stroll around those lovely fields in a lovely spring weather as now!
    Have a great weekend ahead.
    FABBY

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  31. i love the row of spring trees. gorgeous!! so amazing! that is almost Anne of Green Gables like. or at least reminds me. thanks for sharing that view. i am so wishing i could read a book by one of those trees. a good time. ( :

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  32. Oh...sorry, the tall pretty flowers are called "Foam Flower" and they last a couple of weeks, I love them!
    FABBY

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  33. Nice photos of the fence and isn't it fun to be in an orchard.

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  34. We just got back after a long Easter break. I know the deer are probably considered as a nuisance for many people but I do love seeing them. We just don't have an abundance of deer like you seem to have. I guess that adds to my fascination.

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  35. So green and lush - I love the distant hills. The apple blossoms are just wonderful! xo Karen

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  36. What a pretty orchard. I'm guessing the fence works at keeping the deer out.

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  37. You cant beat the sight of apple blossom,

    peter

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  38. WISHING YOU A SOON TO BE GREEN!

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  39. That is a "good" fence, Pamela. I love that it doesn't block that beautiful view!

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  40. Looking very green, Pamela! You will be enjoying the same soon. : )

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  41. Apples blooms would be so nice, still a few weeks away. But there are spring bulbs flowering. Have a wonderful weekend. hugs, Jen

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  42. Hi there, just catching up. I hope that your weather is still improving that you are not affected by the flooding that you talked about in previous posts. It looks as though spring is finally coming to your part of the world, so I hope that you can get out and about and enjoy it this weekend! xx

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  43. Hoping that snow/rain stopped falling today for you - the pay off will be coming soon !!!
    Have a lovely weekend :)
    XOXO

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  44. Gorgeous photos, Pamela! How green and thick and rich the landscape looks! If it starts raining buckets in your parts, like we've had here in Toronto, lately, I'm sure you'll get your wish!

    Happy weekend!

    Poppy

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