Thursday, November 3, 2011

A Fenced Yard for Hunny

One of the main reasons we loved this new house was the large lot that it sat on. Its a little over an acre and would give our Hunny plenty of room to run. The only problem was that it was not fenced, and since our dog listens to very little we say, she would surely take off and terrorize the neighborhood children if let off her leash. So, in order to avoid the daily long walks in knee deep snow again this year, it became our goal to get the yard fenced in before winter rolled around. For the majority of the yard, we went with a wood fence style called Kentucky Board. It runs up the hill and ties into the existing farm fence at the back of the property.

At the sides of the house and across the driveway, we had a dark bronze aluminum fence and gates installed. It looks nice with the brown brick of the house and ties in with the porch railing that Hubby made.

Hunny LOVES it! Although she still won't go outside by herself (huh?), she loves to run through the yard chasing birds, and barking at Ava and Patty (the horse and cow that roam the farm land behind us. (Photo taken last winter, we don't have snow yet, thank goodness).


Abby and Stephanie said...

Lucky Hunny! Hmmm...Abby would love to come run with her. Perhaps Hunny needs a friend??? Your yard is absolutely serene.

KatyDidStitches said...

You have the kind of yard doggers dream about! The fence is beautiful...and you know what? I'll just bet you'll discover a better-behaved Hunny now that she has a place to work off all that energy!


Georgia Peachez said...

That's a lot of lawn to mow :->
But such a beautiful lot and a cute Hunny. xo, suzy

Stacy said...

Lucky Hunny! Your property is beautiful and so spacious. Nice fence!

Sugar Bear said...

What a beautiful property! Hunny sure looks like she is enjoying it.

KitschKrafts said...

Your yard looks like dog heaven! It looks like gardening heaven too.


My Casa Bella said...

She sounds like a fun loving dog! Nice fence, I'm sure she loves running all around there.
One day we'll have that...:)