Friday, March 23, 2012

Babies Fence


 Above and below is a small section of  of our fence , the berries are from Asparagus Fern



The Gate To Freedom. Our side yard is where Baby stands longing to run in the busy streets and to bark madly at the mail man and our neighbors if they happen to USE their yard, she thinks all she surveys is HERS.   Which is the cause of MUCH BARKING



 Drive by shooting out my window on the way home from the library... the tree below is a fence all its own.
Banyan Tree









20 comments:

diane b said...

Baby would be right at home in "our street where I live" trala trala la la . She could join in the cacophony of barking dogs when someone walks down the street. I can't say that I like it.

Maple Lane said...

Fortunately, Harriet cannot see a lot of what goes on outside BUT when she does observe folks "borrowing" the street in front of our house, she really barks!

Wishing you a wonderful weekend, Sandra.

SquirrelQueen said...

Well of course all she surveys is hers. We live at the end of a cul de sac so Baby wouldn't have much barking to do at our place. Except for the cats of course. They tease the small dog on the other side of our fence and make him bark.

The berries on the asparagus fern are really pretty.

Remington said...

I bet Baby knows it keeps her safe....she just wants to make sure NO ONE comes in HER space! The Banyan tree is awesome!

Catherine said...

Very cool tree!
xo Catherine

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Unique looking tree.Hope today will be a WONDERFUL day for you.

Debra Dickinson said...

Love the Banyan tree! When blogger delivers posts to me of blogs I follow (such as yours), it only shows snippets of each post. On yours I saw "drive by shooting" and my heart skipped a beat. LOL.

Ann said...

I'm pretty sure that Baby and Duke could have a great time together. He has appointed himself as official sentry to Pearl St. Nothing moves without him barking at it.

TexWisGirl said...

baby's a good guardian. love that tree. :)

George said...

I like that banyan tree fence. It sounds as if Baby is a great watch dog -- for the entire neighborhood.

Nezzy said...

Good thing Baby has her boundaries, we all need boundaries don't we? Heehehehehe!!!

Those are some wonderful pictures sweetie but oh that tree just fascinated me.

Have yourself an awesomely blessed weekend sweetie!!! :o)

Val said...

Good job Baby!!
Sandra, did I see a post yesterday about your hubby bringing you a snake?? My hubby was kind enough to show me the big brown mouse he caught in a trap in the basement!! :)

Inger said...

I'm leaving a comment here and hope you get it. There was a message on today's page, stating that the page is not available. I had hoped to read the update on Leontien. Will try back later.

Pam said...

Nice drive by shooting, Sandra. The tree does make a great fence, but it would never fool Baby:)

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

I understand how Baby wants to be outside the fence...Like your header and drive by shooting!

Deb said...

cool tree...baby is just doing her border patrol...

Eva Ason said...

It's great that you have such a good fence :)
I like that house in your photo, the fence photos are cool with the berries.
Have a great Day!

Eva

S. Etole said...

Those Banyan roots have so much character.

BlueShell said...

She like freedom...YES!
Is that your house? So nice!
BShell

Chatty Crone said...

Oh my goodness - can I relate - only mine is 16 pounds - why do they care if anyone rings the bell? Sandie