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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Sunday Morning Fences

I've been wanting to share a few fences for awhile.  But these are hard to capture.   
So one Sunday morning on the way to church we stopped when no one was around . . . 
                                Fence 3:
Great fence and some cool rust . . . 
                                  Fence  3:
It was a bright sunny morning.  I love the shadows.

And here's why these fences were so hard to capture . . . 

                                              Fence 2:
Had to wait till there were no cars around!
                                Fence 1:
                This is a very popular place for lunch and dinner!
And on Sunday they are super busy.  We had to hurry on our way!
                                            Fence 5:
If your ever in the DFW area check out the little town of Roanoke 
north of Ft.  Worth.  There are some great places to eat!

                                                    Image result for reno red's roanoke texas
The Frontier Cooking is actually steaks, ribs, burgers,cat fish to name a few.  They serve great big 'ole glasses of iced tea . . . 
Image result for reno red's roanoke texas
There are some great places to shop.    I'll be sharing a couple of shops in a future post.  

Linking with:
Good Fences, Home Town Tour here at My Journey, Sunlit Sunday, Blue Monday, Mosaic Monday


12 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

looks like a really neat place.

LV said...

Since I live in Ft. Worth, will check out some these places.

Anonymous said...

Looks like a place I'd enjoy. Nice shots...

Rose said...

Sounds like a good place to eat and I think I would love the atmosphere.

Ida said...

Sounds like a great place to eat and yes it is hard to photograph things with cars in front of them. The fence looks very rustic and fits the buildings well.

Felicia said...

neat fences.

Sara - Villa Emilia (My Woodland Garden) said...

Fascinating images!
Happy Sunlit Sunday!

Snap said...

I love wood and rust ... and great places to eat. This looks like a fun place.

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

I'm a lover of weathered timber and anything rusty too!
Beautiful photos!
Love the sound of their food too and the iced tea Grantham!
Happy days
Shane

Pondside said...

I figured that those fences had to be somewhere in the west! Unmistakably Texan!

Lorrie said...

Good job getting the fence photos without people and cars! Sometimes we bloggers are determined! Rustic and weathered is a great look.

Denise said...

liked your fences.