Thursday, April 24, 2014

Good Fence - Bray Park


The entrance to Bray Park is bounded by a stone and wood fence with a bright yellow metal gate that is locked at sundown and opened at 7 AM.
This park is where Hubby flies his radio control planes behind chain link fences.



Bray park is more than 120 acres with something for everyone, aquatic center, gym, many fields for football and soft ball, tennis courts, 3 acre fenced dog park for off leash, woods and trails, wild life. and 2 miles from our front door.





There are pavilions to reserve for parties, the day I was there these balloons were dancing on the gate post

Joining TexWisGirl for Good Fence Thursday....CLICK HERE and join the fun or just browse the fences...


CLICK HERE for past posts on this park.... it is a link to labels so scroll down past today's post when it opens

36 comments:

georgettesullins said...

I love to watch the boys and men at our park flying their planes. I don't have a plane, but the thought makes me want to fly a kite in the pasture.

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Those are sturdy fences! I've seen people flying those planes- it looks like fun, but I would probably crash one right off. I have no sense of direction. Bwaha!

DawnTreader said...

I like that stone-and-wood fence!

EG CameraGirl said...

I bet this park is fun to roam. I love stone fences.

Roan said...

I do like that stone and wood fence!

TexWisGirl said...

love the stone piers and wood rails! and what a nice, lush park!

Miss Debbie said...

The stone and wood fence is pretty. There are some of those on Jekyll Island...we see them every summer!

Naquillity said...

really enjoyed seeing your fence with the stone/ wood... what a beautiful way to fence in Bray Park. as much a fixture to see as the other things in the park... have a great day~

Molly The Wally said...

That is cool that pavilions can be reserved for parties. Have a tremendous Thursday.
Best wishes Molly

marilyn said...

I know the folks that construct this type of fence are called stone masons but they really are artists using stone and wood to make their beautiful creations. That's a really nice park, too.

Casey said...

What a pretty park! I'd love to go running there -- and chase those balloons!

Margaret Adamson said...

Hi Sandra My favorite is the stone and wood fence.

Willow said...

That does look like a good sturdy fence. Now I am off to stroll though your park post ~ the park looks beautiful !

Cranberry Morning said...

Beautiful! I'd love to walk through Bray Park. Love the stone and wood.

Inger said...

The one with the stone fence posts is just gorgeous. And another lush Florida landscape, so different from mine.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Oh I sure like the stone one.

Karen S. said...

That is one lovely place, and the welcoming entrance is sure inviting!

Karen said...

Beautiful stone work!

Blackberry Lane said...

Very nice park and fence. Fun to see where Bob flies his planes.

Ginny said...

Wish I could stroll through. The fence is really awesome, and I love the sharp change of the bright yellow gate. Also, the cool nature pictures with the bright yellow balloons, kind of opposites, very good!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I love the stone, it looks like it's been there a long time.

Rebecca said...

Looks like a pretty place. Guessing it was a little girls party! Not much of a guess though.

Susannah said...

Lovely park! I remember you posting about it last year. You are very lucky to have it close by to be able to go there often. It looks very lush and green.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

That is a lovely fence and sounds like a wonderful park to visit!

DeniseinVA said...

Fun photos Sandra, love those bright balloons and this sounds like a wonderful park to explore.

Ann said...

a nice looking fence and an awesome looking park

barbara l. hale said...

That's a beautiful fence! It's really amazing how many different fence types people come up with, isn't it?

eileeninmd said...

Looks like an awesome park! I love the fence made with the stones! A pretty place for a party, love the photos. Have a happy day and weekend ahead!

Ida said...

What a great park to have so close by. Loved the stone/wood fence. That bright yellow fence catches the eye too.

SquirrelQueen said...

Balloons and fences, what a great post. I love the stone work fence with the wooden rails, it is awesome. Every time you show us Bray Park it makes me want to come see it or at the very least visit our park.

George said...

This looks like a wonderful park to have so near your house. I enjoyed your pictures of this beautiful place.

pattisjarrett said...

That is a nice stone and wood fence. One of hubby's coworkers flies RC helicopters in the warehouse at work. He'd love a place like this, I'll bet.

Linda said...

That sounds like a great park with plenty of space for everyone to enjoy various activities. I like those fences that blend in well with the naturalness of the park.

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LC said...

How great that you live near so many wonderful natural spaces. My question, are the taxes out of sight to keep such beauties in good shape? Nosy me wants to know before I bug Hubby to move! LOL

Chatty Crone said...

Rick would love to fly his planes there - lol - beautiful park.