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Thursday, October 22, 2015

Fences and Walls

Hi, all...
Hope this week is going good for you.

I haven't got to play with TEX and her GOOD FENCES
in awhile....








 I found a few fences on our OREGON
trip...


STACY LEIGH in front of the metal fence, taking photos of this awesome waterfall....

" Hi, Mr. Sweet....are you impressed..??......meee, too."

See that really high bridge up there ??


that's Stacy, Drew, Jessamy and Jent....


 Mr.Sweet and I stayed "on the ground", taking photos. :)
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This was at the NEATEST restaurant housed in an olden school.
These steps led down to a basement-turned-poolroom and it was kinda scary.
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....but it sure had a beautiful metal fence....


TEX, not sure this stone railing will qualify as a "fence"
but it's so beautiful, I had to share.

and, in keeping with my habit of trying to add food of some sort to ea. post,

and speaking of ........
(u know i have to leave u with something to eat...)




ALMOND WINDMILL COOKIES....

we love them....especially with a tall, cold glass of milk to dunk them in....


OOO...

and LOOK....




I do believe that's a little brick FENCE
along the bottom of the cookies,
don't you...???

36 comments:

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  2. Gorgeous waterfall . . .
    Great fences . . .
    Sweet Fence Ending!

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  3. Good morning, Oregon is beautiful and I love the gorgeous waterfall. Lovely shots of your family and the fences. Happy Thursday, have a great weekend!

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  4. Looks like you had a great time in Oregon! The waterfall is so pretty! great family snapshot on the bridge!
    Have fun!
    Christineandhercamera.blogspot.com

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  5. What a great post, bj. Loved the scenery and the fences are just a bonus. My dad loved those windmill cookies-they came in 2nd to ginger cookies. So glad you had a good time, bj, with your family. xo Diana

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  6. what a beautiful place this is and i love that you featured a fence from the windmill cookies...my mom used to buy those all the time when i was a kid...i need to see if our store here carries them!

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  7. I swear, BJ, you can find the most interesting food!! A fence on a cookie. That takes the cake!!

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  8. Nice fences in a beautiful part of our country. The windmill cookies are cute and I bet delicious. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  9. What a cute and sassy pic of you, my Dear!!!!

    Kinda' looks like you are saying; "Help! Get me outa' here!" -giggles-

    Pumpkin hugs,
    Tessa

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  10. Hey, your Little Stick Girl was missing. and now she is back with a pumpkin and owl. Your Banner I mean. :-)))))

    I notice these things, ya' know!

    Pumpkin hugs,
    Tessa

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  11. Hello!:) So nice to see pictures of you and your family and so many great fences in one post.

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  12. Windmill cookie - nice touch. Great fences. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Hi BJ, this is a great take on Good Fences. The waterfall is breathtaking and it is so lovely to see you and your sweet family. Your habit of leaving food at the end of your posts, now that is a great way of doing things :) those are cute looking cookies.

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  14. Pretty and strong metal fences. The windmill cookies are cute and I would love to try some.

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  15. You are so clever!!! I haven't had any of those cookies in awhile! Will need to pick up some for our tea parties!
    What an amazing trip you had!!! Beautiful!

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  16. Great photos and fences BJ. I like the curvy wrought iron one and that stone barricade is very attractive too. And how about those windmill cookies with the fence! LOL Have a great day!

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  17. Oh my goodness. My grandmother always had those cookies on hand. I had forgotten about them.

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  18. Hey BJ the photo of you is adorable, you are one cute "sassy" lady! Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos. I personally love waterfalls, they pretty much rock off the scale for me. Everywhere John and I travel I always seek them out. 2016 has us returning to Holland and I adore the antique windmills that dot the land. Never tried those cookies but boy they are cute. Also we will leave Holland and travel to Hamburg, Germany just to meet up with Méa from Méa's Vintage blog. I am getting so excited and you better believe I will post on the trip.
    Where do you buy those adorable windmill cookies?
    Big hug to you!

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  19. I've driven by those falls more times in my life than I can count. They're beautiful every time.

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  20. I know where you were and I just love Multnomah Falls - It is gorgeous. My mom said when she was in school their class hiked to the very top of the falls. Which you can still do but there is no way I would do it. Even going up to the bridge that crosses over the falls now scares me. - Cute cookies.

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  21. really good to see you and your smile again, bj. :) lovely fences and YES a brick wall is a very good fence! the cookies made me laugh. i needed that. hoping you and yours are doing wonderfully. wish i had more blogging time but life changes and we have to give our days and nights to other things to keep going. :)

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  22. Hi bj,
    The trip looks like it was so much fun. What a gorgeous place and the waterfall is awesome. Those windmill cookies remind me of my grandmother that died a year ago at 100. She would love a cold glass of milk with her favorite windmill cookies every night. Sweet memories. Have a great Friday and wonderful week end.
    Kris

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  23. I haven't seen those cookies in ages. I remember them being quite good! Nice photos!

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  24. I have seen photos of these lovely falls and would like to visit there myself!

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  25. Hi bj, what a great trip you had to Oregon. Love the beautiful waterfall. You are the cutest by the fence. Great shots and I love those cookies too. Have a nice weekend! Hugs and Blessings, cm

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  26. Great family vacation and wonderful pictures ... a vacation to put down in the memory book. My favorite cookies too, just perfect for dunking in milk.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  27. I can remember eating those cookies as a child.

    God bless.

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  28. I would love to visit that waterfall looks like a lovely place. And those cookies! Yum I haven't seen those in long time I'll have to see if I can find them. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. now, those great fences comes with an even greater water fall. Love it!

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  30. Good fences, great waterfalls and YOU look terrific!

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  31. What beautiful images of a beautiful place. And I absolutely LOVE almond windmill cookies. They're probably my favorite and I'm so glad you can still buy them.!

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  32. BJ,
    Fences everywhere you go, dear friend!!!
    Even o the Windmill Cookies!!!
    Too, too cute!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  33. what a beautiful setting! And I say the stone work is so beautiful it totally counts, but especially the cookies :)

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  34. I'm so glad you could see Multnomah Falls. It fascinates me every time we visit. You should see it in the winter. I'll try to remember to take a photo and share it with you. I may have some photos in my 'archives'. You were wise to stay below and take pictures of your dear ones on the bridge - it's quite a climb up the trail to the bridge but so worth it.
    ~Adrienne~

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xo bj