Friday, January 4, 2013

Friday Fence


“Build a little fence of trust around today; Fill the space with loving deeds, And therein stay. Look not through the sheltering bars Upon tomorrow; God will help thee bear what comes of joy and sorrow.”
 Mary F. Butts quote


the path below is in Rye Wilderness Park, about 10 miles from our home. The fence was along side the path.


25 comments:

Susannah said...

Sandra, I truly enjoyed the quote from Mary F. Butts. I would love to walk that path right now. Very nice post.

Ginny said...

I love these curvy path edges, and that reddish looking part dead bush on the other side. And I never knew there was more to that poem, I didn't know that part!

diane b said...

That path sure is inviting. Does the fence keep out alligators hee hee.

Golden Woofs! SUGAR said...

Woof! Woof! Nice park. Lots of Golden woofs, Sugar

Auntie sezzzzzz... said...

Lovley... Peaceful...

And your new blog look. :-)

Maple Lane said...

Beautiful place and quote. Have a good day.

Maggie M said...

Oh, I love old fences and fence posts and love these pictures. What a nice place that must be to visit. Hugs

Muffy's Marks said...

Fences to keep things in, fences to keep things out. What would we do without fences. Great shots, and have a super weekend!!

Inger said...

Look at all that vegetation, you truly live in a different world from mine. I love fences, they can be so special, and with that quote, even more so.

TexWisGirl said...

the quote touched me this morning. :)

you know i love that barbed wire fence...

Pam ;) said...

I love that quote and the peaceful pathway and wire fence.

Madi and Mom said...

Ms. Sandra my mom says she'd love to take a leisurely walk on that path with Mad Snapper. No telling what trouble you two could get into snapping like turtles.
Hugs madi

George said...

I really like that quote, as well as your photos of the fence. I have some not-so-happy memories of building (and repairing) barbed-wire fences when I was growing up on a farm.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I would love to take my camera for a walk along that path. I am sure we would have a good time. Oh,and you can come too. :)

Betty Manousos said...

the quote is great, as are all of your shots of the fence.
i'l love to take a walk on that path..
it looks so inviting!

big hugs~

SweetMarie said...

Wonderful photos and quote. The first photo is my favorite! Hope you have a happy day!

Betsy Adams said...

Love that quote... I have a blog friend who shows gorgeous photos which she takes and always includes an inspirational or interesting quote... LOVE it...

Thanks for sharing.

Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

EG CameraGirl said...

I like the quote, Sandra!

Cranberry Morning said...

Oh, I would love to walk that path! (but only in daylight. I think that once dusk comes, it would feel pretty spooky!) :-)

Lovely quotation.

Ann said...

what a great quote that is. Wonderful fences and I seriously want to follow the path in that last picture

Dee said...

That is one of my favorite quotes. It goes perfect with your fence photo.I would love to follow that path....

Miss Debbie said...

Love the quote...so true!

Chatty Crone said...

Your verse/quote today reminds me of the Bible verse about building a hedge of thorns around someone for protection.

SquirrelQueen said...

I really like that rustic looking fence. It fits in well with the area. That is the kind of path I love to follow.

Deb said...

The beginning of a fun journey