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Thursday, June 19, 2014

good fences # 13










Good fences are definitely needed around the decks and along the wharf in St. Andrews.  The heavy gauge wire one in the first photo was new about 5 years ago.  Before that there was nothing there and I used to dislike that walk out there as I'm afraid of heights and I'd walk down the middle unless a vehicle was coming.  Of course it doesn't help to have a hubby that likes to tease and scare me either.  Now I feel more secure when walking the wharf.

I'm linking with Good Fences # 13.

Have a wonderful day!

Blessings,  

Pamela

45 comments:

  1. Great shots of the wharf and fences.. Have a happy day!

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  2. I really like the buoys on the first fence, it makes it very pretty to look at and walk past! xx

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  3. Apart from the lovely fences, there is wonderful colour in the shots.

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  4. Such lovely and lively photo's Pamela.Glad to see fences again. Must go there today and join right away.

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  5. I've very afraid of heights, too but this looks safe and very beautiful. I told Tex, I should have put a fence around my animals this morning and joined in! haha! Have a fun day! Hugs, Diane

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  6. Now that is a good fence. And photo. I think would like to visit St Andrew.

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  7. I love the fences and all of that beautiful scenery!

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  8. Beautiful images Pamela and yesterday's too. Long for the northeast.

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  9. These are incredible shots and what a lovely community. It looks like it could be in a movie!

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  10. Ah, those photos look SO inviting! I'd like to get out of our lightning and thunder storms today and visit there!
    Thanks for your input on the goats. I think I've been adequately dissuaded from my silly idea. Brought back the memory of when I was a kid and our lone goat ate my swimsuit from off the clothesline!

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  11. Those are beautiful shots!!

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  12. bad hubby! :) pretty area! thanks for linking these views!

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  13. Somehow, even a little bit of wire makes us feel safer in such places!

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  14. What a beautiful day! Lovely location.

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  15. love the angle of your 1st shot. looks like a fun place to enjoy & check out. ( :

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  16. I'm really enjoying your St Andrews photos! Wonderful fences! Funny how secure a fence like the first makes us feel even though we could possibly fall through it!

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  17. It's more of a visual thing, right, Pam? I mean, you know where the boundaries are because no one would want to topple into the brink! That naughty Murray! He teases you about your fears? That is no help!

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  18. Yes that would be a little unnerving walking along the side with no fence. But hey, when we were kids it would have been all great fun. no?

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  19. Love these scenes. What a wonderful place to visit. The men in my family get to me with their antics "on the edge" of anything!!

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  20. These are great, Pam! That water looks so very inviting right now since we have been in the mid 90's all week!

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  21. St. Andrews does not disappoint when it comes to you taking pictures. They are so colorful, bright and cheery! Thanks, again for posting these wonderful photos!!!!!

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  22. I agree, it always feels more secure with a railing on a wharf!

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  23. i like these a lot! especially #1!

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  24. Loving the nautical fences. Wonderfully colorful!

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  25. I'm afraid of heights too and get nervous even when there's a fence! It looks like a beautiful place for a walk. Lovely shots!

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  26. These are great fences you found!!!!...:)JP

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  27. Like your Good Fences Pamela!

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  28. Don't like heights, either but your pics are lovely.. xo

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  29. Beautiful images Pamela. colorful.

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  30. I haven't been to St. Andrews for quite a while- definitely have to put it on my Places to Visit list this summer... great photos Pam. Glad to see that new cable along the wharf

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  31. I love those coastal towns and the buoys on the fence.

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  32. Such an interesting place, Pamela. When my children were little I always appreciated a good fence to keep them safe.

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  33. Fences always make me feel more secure as I too am afraid of heights. There's something magical about being on the coast.

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  34. What a picturesque town. Your photos are gorgeous, and I love your fences!
    Mary Alice

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  35. Such a pretty place. Fences and guardrails near the water are always a good idea. Have a wonderful weekend, Pamela.

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  36. Hi Pam, I just wrote to you (to thank you for the nice comment on my reflection photo) and your email bounced back. Did you change your email address, or is that just a fluke?

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  37. What a pretty little seaside village! Love the colorful buildings and the buoys. - Karen

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  38. There is something special about a wharf and a seaport that is so attractive, and a fence enhances that, great job.

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  39. I've been catching up with your St. Andrew's posts. I've just there once, but sure didn't stay at the beautiful hotel that's been renovated. Wow! I hope you don't have to wait till your 50th anniversary to stay there again. :)

    It's such a pretty town, Pam.

    Karen

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  40. Hi Pamela
    I'm catching up on your blog! Sorry I haven't done much visiting lately..
    St. Andrews is such a charming place.
    I just love the pretty colours of the houses there.
    Walking wharfs doesn't bother me too much, but I sure
    don't like being on the edge of high mountains!
    How is the deck coming along?

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  41. All the fences are great, but the one with the buoys stole my heart.

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  42. I don't blame you, Pam. That does seem like a lot of water up close to the houses and without some kind of a divide I wouldn't feel safe either..Sure is pretty though..Happy Weekend..Judy

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  43. Such beautiful photos, Pamela! I love the atmosphere of a seaside village such as this! I agree that it is good to have a fence along this wharf--it looks narrow, and the water is so high!

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