I may be over-estimating your interest in Kentucky thoroughbred horse farms, but on my recent drive along Old Frankfort Pike the photo ops were just too good to pass up. Today I'll share some examples of classic dry stone wall and plank fencing that is used throughout this area. Oh, and a couple of equine comedians as well.
Like this redheaded flirt:
Good fences make good neighbors, we're told. Apparently good butt scratchers as well:
Along Old Frankfort Pike you'll see many handsome gates for the horse farms. This one had a really nice view of the winding road leading to the barns:
On either side of the gate you could get some closeups of the dry stone walls that are over a hundred years old--built by slaves and Irish immigrants using stones wrestled out of this prime farmland. Today the walls are preserved as an important part of the historical landscape:
Now to see more Friday Fences, or add your own, go to our host Janis' site at Life According to Jan and Jer .