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August 6, 2015

Fences at the Lavender Farm

It seems as though I've made this whole week about lavender!
We paid a visit to a lavender farm which is located in Boyne City, Michigan 




I noticed the old random barbed wire fencing that was still in place from it's past.  

 Random rows of fencing still outlining what once was...

 If fences could tell stories!

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22 comments:

  1. beautiful big barn! love the fence shots, too. thanks so much for joining in with these!

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  2. Looks like the old barbed wire had a tangle or two with something that was trying to get through. :)

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  3. Liz, I love that barn and lavender!! So glad you joined good fences today. :-)

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  4. Oh I love lavender. That barbed wire fence looks pretty familiar to me- me are surrounded by it and in about the same condition!
    Have a lovely day!

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  5. HI Liz! Oh, that is a gorgeous old barn! I'll bet the lavender's scent was wonderful! Hope all is well in your world.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  6. I wish I could see a farm like this. I bet it smells good around there.

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  7. Wow, i do love barbwire fencing! Yes, if only they could tell the stories they would be amazing!
    `Lisa

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  8. Such a beautiful fence! I love the old posts. This place must also smell heavenly when the lavender blooms!

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  9. I was just in Wisconsin for reunion #40 and loved seeing the red barns I grew up with. They are so stunning. Had I been thinking, I would have taken shots of them. The fence is gorgeous too.
    I did take videos and photos of the cows on my cousin's farm. I thought the grandkids would love seeing those. They are truly entertaining. They started up the hill, saw us girls standing at the top by the gate and went into a dead stop! Just not sure about us!!

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  10. I love the awesome red barn and the views of the lavender. Great fence shots. Enjoy your day!

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  11. Lovely Barn but also the shots of the old wood and barbed wire

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  12. I like the fencing....kinda like something you'd see in the "Old West" movies, etc.
    And, is that LAVENDER plants/blossoms? Oh I bet the fragrance was so wonderful.

    Love the star on the barn too.

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  13. I bet that Lavender smelled wonderful. Great old fencing, so many wraps of barbed wire. Cool barn as well.

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  14. Wouldn't there be some dandy stories if the fences could talk? Oh my....I'm guessing that even in the heat of Summer....the lavender fragrance was wonderful....

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  15. Nice shots. I don't suppose lavender needs barbed wire fencing to keep it inbounds. ;) Nice scenery.

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  16. "If fences could tell stories" I would love that. Oh I imagine the smell was as refreshing as your photos. B

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  17. "If fences could tell stories" I would love that. Oh I imagine the smell was as refreshing as your photos. B

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  18. We have lots of barbed wire here in Texas. I'm afraid if I had to mend my own fences it would look like the last photo!

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  19. Liz,, so lucky to go to a slice of heaven. I would've been thrilled to see a lavender field and had the access. Thanks for sharing such beauty

    Have a great weekend

    Cindy

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  20. Great pictures. I love drives in the country seeing barns and fences. Mending fences is no fun, but sometimes it needs done.

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  21. Liz, this is amazing and the barn is a treasure. Seeing a lavender field is special. The fence looks like many here in Texas. You captured some great shots.
    Have fun! cm

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Welcome to Home and Gardening With Liz. I have combined my previous blogs “Infuse With Liz” and “Sit With Me In My Garden” into this new blog. I love interior decorating and gardening. I enjoy redefining interior spaces by moving things around and reusing decorative items already found in the home. I also enjoy creating tablescapes and an occasional crafting project. I'm so pleased you've stopped by. I invite you to follow me and I do hope you will keep coming back! Liz
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