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Friday, May 20, 2016

Bobo Fence

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I've been wanting to get a photo of this fence since the first time I saw it last summer, and I finally got Doug to stop the car long enough to allow me to capture this quick shot a couple of weeks ago.

The fence is near a highway sign that advises the traveler that he is entering the town of Bobo, Indiana. It's one of those blink-and-you-miss-it towns, with the fence being it's greatest attraction.

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11 comments:

  1. oh, you HAVE to link this to good fences! i'm going to re-open the link just for you. puh-leeze squeeze it in!

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  2. That fence is certainly eye-catching in its uniqueness.You have a wonderful picture of it.

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  3. Yes certainlly a fence worth stopping for and good of Tex to re open the lik for you. Have a wonderul weekend Linda.

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  4. That's a fabulous old fence! And it seems a good fit for the town's name.

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  5. I'm glad you were able to get this picture.

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  6. I have never seen a fence quite like this! Great capture, Linda!

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  7. An unusual fence, not sure why it is so open,must be just to look good.

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  8. That is really haphazard, isn't it? lol. It does make me smile!

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  9. Unique for sure!!!!! Looks like a couple of kids put that one together... ha ha

    How are you? I noticed that you gave up Facebook --or at least made changes where I can't get to you anymore... What happened? I still enjoy Facebook as much as blogging... It's simple and quick --whereas blogging is not.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  10. Great capture, Linda!
    I wonder how much the fence is effective... :)

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  11. Tex - Thanks for re-opening the Good Fences link for me. I took advantage of the opportunity to link up with you and all your fence-loving followers.

    Thank you, Ruth.

    Thanks, Margaret.

    Toni - I'm glad you like the fence as much as I did. And I, too, love the town's name. I'm guessing it was named after an individual, but I may never know for sure.

    Thanks, George. I'd been wanting to do it for a long time.

    Linda - I'd never seen one quite like it before, either. Glad you liked it.

    Steve - I've wondered about that myself. It's obviously old, but it looks as if it was originally built with that "open" concept.

    Marcie - "Haphazard" is a perfect word for this fence.

    Betsy - Either a couple of kids or an artist. Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference. I've dropped out of the Facebook world. It wasn't a good fit for me.

    Thanks, Petra. The fence wouldn't be very effective for keeping livestock in or out, but it's still an eye catcher. :)

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