Friday, 19 October 2012

Friday (washing) Fences

A few weeks ago we were up at Lockwood and this fence totally caught my eye.
Who needs a washing line, this works a treat!!

Linking with Fridays Fences

On Tuesday we had to farewell our loyal family companion Oskar 'Oski' .
 Mum and Dad have a small farm so he had a great and happy life.
Aged 17, not a bad innings for a German Shepard x kelpie.

Have a beautiful weekend whatever you are doing,
I'm off to Phillip Island for a girls weekend. Hopefully I'll get some much needed sewing done.
I'll have my camera in my pocket, you never know what fences I'll find on my walk.

Till next time

Enjoy It, Live It, Love It


Linda said...

nice fence shots!

Jan n Jer said...

Great use of a fence....sorry to hear of the loss of your family dog...17 yr is a long time!

TexWisGirl said...

a wonderfully long life for that sweet pup.

i like the very utile fence!

Anonymous said...

Love a laundry photo! And hugs to you for your loss of Oskar.

Anonymous said...

I love being able to use an item for more than one task!

Very sorry to hear about your beloved Oski. I'd say he had a very wonderful life to have lived so long.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Nice fence/clothes line. Sorry for the loss of Oskar.

A Colorful World said...

Too funny! :)

Sorry you lost your sweet dog friend. 17 surely is a good, long life but their departure is always hard.

s.c said...

Funny to dry your wash at a fence but why not.Its always sad to loose a pet. But she must have had 17 wonderful years.

E. said...

that is so perfect. creative home-owner. (:

Janet said...

Love it! Wish I had a clothesline fence. :)

Ozjane said...

You mean you would actually suggest hanging clothes out!!
LOL says lazy one who actually removed the hills hoist and uses a dryer. And back in '79 and newly married had no idea why my ex dh had one.. Guess what I had to buy after he left.

genie said...

I really like the idea of hanging out the clothes to dry on the fence. That is a great idea. Very earthy feeling to your photos this week. genie

Nature in the Burbs said...

Multi-purpose fencing!!!