April 18, 2017

Today's Treasures, Fishers Hill



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15 comments:

  1. How lovely - and it looks so green too!

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  2. Love the first one especially!

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  3. Linda,

    I love old stuff like the wooden wagon with the rusty wheels and that mailbox post is kinda interesting. It looks like a waterspout but I'm not sure if that's what it once was or not. Do you? I love how some folks get creative with vintage items to use as yard decorations. I've seen some beautiful flower beds using an old wrath iron bed frame in people's yards. If we had a big enough yard then I'd like to do that, too. :) I'm doing the A2Z challenge but I'm hosting my not-so WW linky party and you're invited to join the fun!

    ~Curious as a Cathy

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    1. I think it's part of a water pump.

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  4. ...in these part an Amish fellow what love that spreader and with some work it would be up and running. Thanks Linda for stopping by, I hope to see you again.

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  5. Neat picture of the old wooden wagon.

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  6. Very cool.
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/04/making-dangerous-situation-kid-friendly.html

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  7. That old wagon has been there a very long time!

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  8. LINDO O VAGÃO., ENFERRUJADO NO TEMPO.

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  9. That's a cool mailbox. Has me thinking we need to do something like that.

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  10. Cool vintage stuff.. so precious.. lovely photos..

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  11. I really like the water-pump mailbox!

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  12. What a scenic place and lovely photos

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