Thursday, September 25, 2014

Good Fences and Churches

Fall is coming to Wausau!

 This contribution from our daughter!


The grands with their newest mode of transportation
I couldn't resist...

Ash, Spruce, and a bit of fence
Westby, WI

Moen Cemetery

A fence around the cemetery.



Coon Prairie Lutheran Church (and cemetery fence)
where some of Mr. Cranberry's relatives are buried


 Neighborhood sumac


Neighborhood horse and foal


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55 comments:

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

I loved every picture / what a nice variety. Those grands are too cute! :)

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Wonderful pictures! We're seeing hints of fall here too. Might as well enjoy it all since it coming no matter how we'd like to delay it! Do you ever go to Wautoma?
We used to stop off at to visit a place called Heath Farm Market that also had a wonderful antique store. I found garden things there too. We frequently headed over to the Mayo Clinic for our daughter in the 90's and that was a favorite stop for us.

eileeninmd said...

Gorgeous series of images! The fall colors are looking beautiful! The sky/cemetery shot is lovely! And the foal with momma is so cute! Great post, enjoy your day!

Beth, ...".E." Lizard Breath Speaks said...

wow, such rich fall colors. i love this time of the year.

thanks, for linking to InSPIREd Sunday. we love having there with us. ( :

georgettesullins said...

I'd be pulling out the "brag" book and share these two cuties, too. Nice theme today "good fences and good churches."

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

Fall is really upon us. The leaves are just starting to turn here and we are having a beautiful week of weather. Love the photo of the grands. They are adorable. xo Laura

Sandra said...

you outdid yourself today, each time I scrolled down i thought this is my favorite and by the bottom could not pick a favorite. they are all beautiful as are those sweeties in their new transportation...

Cathy said...

Beautiful! You take some beautiful pictures. I especially like the cemetery pictures as I love strolling through cemeteries and reading gravestones, especially really old cemeteries.

bj said...

You really had a lot to show us this week. All of them are pretty.
The grands look a little fenced in, too. hahha...so adorable.

Stephanie said...

Hi Judy! Lovely pictures as always and the deer in the previous post are simply beautiful!

The picture of your sweeties made me smile - too precious :)

Enjoy your day! Hugs!

P.S. -There is a little surprise on my blog for you today :)

TexWisGirl said...

the splashes of color are so pretty! love the blue spruce, too! miss that...

thanks for the mighty good fence scenes, again!

Muffy's Marks said...

Your photos are stunning. Don't you just love fall with it fantastic colors and clear skies?

Arlene Grimm said...

My husband has Lutheran roots as well...when we visited his grandfather's home town in Waconia, MN the docent at the county museum asked if we were the Catholic Grimms or the Lutheran Grimms.:) Love the pictures, esp those two cuties in the stroller.

Arlene Grimm said...

I should have clarified my comment Judy! They are Missouri Synod Lutheran. Most of them are in the MN area but my husband's father came to Savannah Ga after her met his future wife there during WW2. He became a Methodist but listened to the Lutheran Hour every week on the radio!!

Debbie said...

Truly GORGEOUS pictures!

Blackberry Lane said...

Oh Judy, your photos are superb. The grands look so cute! The last photo is sweet as can be.

Ruth Kelly said...

My favorites are the purple fence, your grands and the horse with her foal. My that is a large church!

NanaDiana said...

Judy- You do take just GORGEOUS pictures! I just love them all. The one of your grands in their "new ride" is adorable, too.

You have a really good eye for composition~ xo Diana

Lorrie said...

Early fall is such a beautiful time. Wonderful photos of your corner of the world. Cute grands in their new wheels.

Susie said...

Your photos are wonderful. Love the cute little faces.:) You did get some great fall colors in the pics. xoxo,Susie

Felicia said...

Awesome images Judy, all so very beautiful. love the horse and foal.

Eileen said...

Lovely photos as always. The grandchildren look so cute in their double buggy :)

Karen said...

Lovely signs of autumn, and the gradies are so cute!

Brenda Kay Ledford said...

I love your splendid photos. Fall is awesome in your part of the country. I love the horse and colt, I love the beautiful church, the fences, and your grandchildren are really sweet.
Beautiful fall posting.

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful colour in the trees, great fences, cute grandkids and adorable foal. Have a wonderful weekend!

janiceadcock said...

Nice variety of fences and other beautiful subjects.

Linda Kay said...

Great pictures and fabulous color. Was your daughter's fence really that purple as it appears on my screen?

Margaret Adamson said...

Fantastic and varied fences. Love the grand children's transportation

Ida said...

Fall is such a magical season. Loved the gorgeous colors here. I really liked your daughters fence photo and of course the adorable children. Beautiful church and cemetery grounds.

Tanya Breese said...

beautiful pictures, love the horse and baby...your grandkids are cute and have fancy new wheels!

Carola Bartz said...

The top photo is stunning! Such gorgeous fall color.

laurie said...

My brother lives near Wausau..so beautiful..we always enjoy our visits there! Great pics!

bj said...

...back to say I've been eying your soap for quite awhile now..I just read The Enchanting Rose's wonderful praise of you, your blog and your soap.
Here's a question I have...if I wanted to put delicious bars in my grands Christmas stockings, would it be wise to wait just before Christmas to order from you? I wouldn't want to order now and the soap not be as sweet smelling by Christmas (3 months away).
Thanks so much.
xo bj

Debbie said...

Two little cuties in that stroller, I got a little distracted ;)

Gorgeous views and fences but that last image stole the show for me!!

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Candace said...

Beautiful photos, Judy! Love the grandbabies shot. Aren't they wonderful?

Debbie Harris said...

Lovely fences, Judy! I especially love the iron fence, gorgeous.
Your grand babies are precious.
Have a wonderful week end.
Debbie

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Judy, I am visiting from Stephanie's post and her sharing of your incredible soaps. Love your blog and this post with the lovely fences.
I have so enjoyed my visit and now a new follower too.

Blessings for a great weekend.
Hugs

Ginny said...

Your grandchildren are beautiful! And you live in such a wonderful area! All the pictures are just wonderful, like an ideal place to be.

Roan said...

Love the last shot with the colt. Love that you added a shot of your grands. They are adorable!

Marie said...

Wonderful Fall photos! I particularly love that second shot! And the one with the horse and foal. Your grandchildren are very sweet also.

Maria Elena said...

What gorgeous pictures! The kids are soo cute! So adorable! have a great weekend. Maria

Jean | Delightful Repast said...

Lovely photos, Judy! Of course, my favorite is the horse and foal. Only thing cuter than a baby horse is a cat!

Anita Johnson said...

Very pretty pictures (the grandkids are so cute too!0 We are seeing color here too...love these fall days. Then lets skip to spring!

Maureen @ Josephina Ballerina said...

Thought I would comment on the first pic, then the second, then all the way down the like. You just take good pix. Period. And I loved more peeks of Wisconsin. As you may or may not remember, I have loved ones in Mt. Horeb. Have never visited, but would like to. Fall seems a wonderful season there.

happywonderer said...

Beautiful scenes. I felt like I took a great road trip!

Chatty Crone said...

I love the photos and the purple fence - but the picture of those two grandsons was sooooooooooo sweet.

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Autumn has such beautiful colours in Wisconsin!

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Lovely Fall pictures!! Great shots of the churches, fences and cemetery. You are so talented with your camera in taking the best shots!!
Your Grands are going to have fun with their new wheels!!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love the beautiful fences around old cemeteries and glimpses through the trees. Sweet photos of the little ones, too! Enjoy your evening my friend! Hope you have a beautiful sunset! Hugs, Diane

Brzoza B said...

Hi Cranberry morninig!
Temple Lutheran is wonderful ... Beautiful shots from a distance ... Regards from distant Polish :)

pattisjarrett said...

Beautiful horses. Pretty fall colors. I like the iron fence, reminds me of one in my hometown.

Tom said...

Quite the church for being out in the country! Tom The Backroads Traveller

Bill Nicholls said...

Nice church

J_on_tour said...

That Lutheran church is an impressive building, it reminds me of the grand Methodist Chapels in deepest Wales particularly "The Valleys". Buildings that dwarf the town literally.

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