That is a cool picture.
I was looking at the Hogwash posts and figured they were used to tie the horses down. The patina on the farm implements is just right. We have one of those post digger at our farm although it's not used anymore as we use a post digger attachment on the big tractor. I was wondering if the big ring was a barrel ring. Enjoy the 4th of July. We will be celebrating Canada day on July 1st long weekend.Hugs, Julia
I don't know what a barrel ring is, but I asked the owner, Karen. Will let you know what she says.
Now I know what a barrel ring is. It's never too late to learn. This, however, is the rim of a wagon wheel, according to Karen's husband.
I love desert rust (or as we call it, "desert gold")!! Enjoy your weekend.
This almost looks like some kind of bike!
You have an artful eye Ginny. I was only interested in each item separately while you saw the art. It does look like a bike.Julia
Some collectors items there. Now that it has been mentioned, I see the bike also.
Dear Inger--such creativity and artistry. One could ride the canyon on the bike you've created! Peace.
Hi Dee, this was created by my friend Karen and her husband. They created a ghost town on their land and named it hogwash.
You live in a treasure trove of the past, Inger!
LOVING that rust!!
what a neat post! and I've enjoyed all the comments. I always do!I'm taking a short digital retreat dear Inger! didn't want you to think I'd died.just kind of doing my Thoreau thing … even moreso! :D sending love to the three of you!
Hi Inger - love the photo ... those were the days bicycles and walking ... cheers Hilary
Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger