Steps of Faith

Steps of Faith

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Happy Thursday....August 6th.



 What caught my eye with this fence??  The Boot!!  Just an old rubber boot (with a hole in it) sitting on the fence post.

And.....another thing about this picture........only in East Texas will you find a Pine Tree growing in the middle of a cactus plant!   Got to love it!




 A big thick fence used as a corral just outside of the old barn.  The old, rust stained tin on this barn gets two thumbs up from me.  Got to love old, rusted tin!

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Have a wonderful day......
shug....







18 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I love the cactus and the old boot. And the rusty roof on the barn is wonderful! Great finds. Enjoy your day!

carolann said...

I like #1 as well. The boot. Ha-ha. Your right.

Enjoyed!

Debbie said...

hehehe, that old boot sure is an eye catcher!! love this good ole' country views!!!

TexWisGirl said...

laughed at the cactus and pine because i, too, often marvel at the prickly pears growing around here among other 'greener' plants. :) love the rusty large barn! thanks, shug!

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

I do love the rusty tin roofs on the old barns! I have a few pine trees trying to grow in my rock garden..I need to get them weeded out pretty soon or I will have trees.

LV said...

Never lived anywhere but Texas, you can expect to find many interesting and different sights.

Ida said...

Great looking rusty barn and fencing. - Good eye for spotting the old boot on the fence and oh my those cacti create a bit of a fence all their own.

Margaret Adamson said...

Love the barn and it is funny that old boot on the fence.

Christine said...

Great fence post topper! It could be a new trend to adorn posts with boots! I love the old rusty barn too!
Have a great day and stay cool!

Ruth Hiebert said...

I have to wonder why the boot was placed there. During my trip home from Alberta,I saw several fence posts that had a boot on them.

Wanda said...

Great fence pictures, and I love your header and the milk bucket.

Linda Kay said...

There must be some meaning behind those boots on the fence in Texas....I've seen them in several different spots.

Michelle said...

I do love that rusted tin!

Rose said...

I love that old barn with all that fencing...

Cheryl @ TFD said...

That is a great old barn with the rusty roof! Love those flowers in your header, too. I know their name as well as my own, but I'm so dang tired that I can't think of it at the moment! lol! I think I better turn in soon. Have a nice Friday, Shug!

Kathy said...

Your picture of the barn caught my eye because it reminds me of a barn between Nacogdoches and Crockett. I was curious where you live in East Texas. We have a few cactus in the Nacogdoches area but mostly just pines!

Andy Wilson said...

I'll just set my boot on this fence post and get it later.
Now, someone is walking around with one boot and can't remember where he/she put the other.

Gail Dixon said...

That poor pine tree! But you're right: only in Texas. :)

My grandparents had a tin roof, so I am enamored with them as well. Brings back memories of rain tap dancing over our heads.

Hope you have a very blessed week, Shug! Thank you for sharing images of my beloved 2nd home, Texas.

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