Thursday, July 17, 2014

An old Fence

We have a very large historic district in this small Colorado town, with over fifty homes and structures being labeled Historic. This particular house, built in the ninetieth century doesn't have a history plaque out in front yet.
It does have an old fence. I think it could be original to the house?

For more interesting fences..Linking to :Good Fences

12 comments:

  1. It is wonderful that the community respects and preserves the town's history!
    Information: The sign of the Wordless Wednesday's post on my blog yesterday is placed at the entrance to the Japanese Tea Garden at Como Park in St. Paul. Translated it means "Plum Beautiful Garden."

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  2. Wonderful old rustic fence Janey.. Let's hope they keep this old place in good repair.

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  3. i love historical houses and this one is the type i like best. the fence does look like it might have been there 100 years

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  4. i like it! even as falling-down as it seems!

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  5. 50 homes in a small town - they are really dedicated to history.

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  6. looks like a great character fence.

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  7. I think you're right. How fun, I bet it's quite an interesting tour checking them all out.

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  8. It looks very old and has beautifully weathered over the years

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  9. Perfect....this has so much character!!! If only we could hear its side of life....what stories we could listen to. LOVE it.

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  10. I love this! It has so much history.

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