September 8, 2016

Tree meets Fence

Shenandoah River, Front Royal, VA

Earlier this summer I visited the Carson Trail at the end of Country Club Road. A storm had taken a tree down, which in turn took a section of fence down.

Signs remind us that dogs must be on leash and that fishing is not allowed here, at least from the banks. Also, "Smile, You're on Camera."

A golf course is adjacent to the trail and carts must share the road with larger vehicles, so drive carefully.



11 comments:

  1. Wow, very nice photographs. I love 1. and 2. Now I shall look on www where I can find this beautiful river :-)

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  2. get a lot of that here, too, just not as many pretty split rails around here - more barbed wire and pipe. :)

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  3. Nice looks at a beautiful area. Love the golfers. :)

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  4. Hello, I love the view of the river! Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  5. I love those split rails. Lovely river view too and nice area for the golfers.

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  6. Beautiful view of the river. It's a shame the tree and the fence suffered damage from the storm.

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  7. Like the river shot, putting up fence seems to be my hobby sometimes

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  8. Quite a bit of damage from that tree fall.

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  9. Falling trees and fences don't go together but it happens.

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