Thursday, August 14, 2014

Good Fences - Vinyl Meets Fire

Near the town of Methow, Washington, is a pretty little horse farm with white vinyl fencing for their pasture. The recent firestorm left their farm fairly intact except for where the fire burned close to one of their fence lines. As you can see, the fencing didn't fare very well against the heat and is not quite good fencing these days. The good news is that the horses were safe.




Linking to TexWisGirl and her Good Fences meme.



15 comments:

  1. That, well all the fires are a nasty piece of business. My daughter in Ritzville has her hands full too. Smaller scope but fire nonetheless. I hope your place fared well. Well vinyl melts I guess. MB

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  2. warped and wobbly but still standing. a good thing. :)

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  3. No doubt, the fence was stronger than most to withstand so much heat.

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  4. Pretty cool...no pun intended. This is one of the more interesting Good Fences for this week's edition. Good show.

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  5. well its somewhat still standing but probably not very stable.

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  6. I don't think I've ever seen a vinyl fence!

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  7. Are those plastic fences??? Yes - wobbly, but a fence :-}}}

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  8. I'm glad the horses were safe.

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  9. Happy horses was save! Greeting from Belgium.

    http://louisette.eklablog.com/mes-autres-blogs-p842116

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  10. Other than extreme heat, it's probably good fencing and low maintenance.

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  11. It was good to that the horses was saved. It must be horrible to have a firestorm around.

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  12. Vinyl meets fire and fire wins! I'm not sure if vinyl is a good thing or not.
    Nice find!

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  13. Fire won that one. But maybe not -- because the horses (and apparently the rest of the home and land) were safe.

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  14. Somehow I am not getting by to your blog, and I apologize! Love this testament to the way our lives are now...choosing fences that don't have to be painted or tended to in any way, and then to have them melt instead of get eaten up by fire. Really interesting!

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