Wild Sheep Mesa Fence

Wild Sheep Mesa near Ramah, New Mexico really cannot be fenced – the strands of barbed wired at its base struggle to survive.  When rainwater drains off the sandstone face, there is so much water that moats appear around the base.  And the fences that have to withstand that rush of water are built on rock.

This is my entry in Friday Fences this week – check out the others!

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10 Responses to Wild Sheep Mesa Fence

  1. Carletta says:

    This fence is in a beautiful landscaped setting!

  2. Janis says:

    Love the rock formation and the colors of it! Nice setting too!

  3. Beth - VA says:

    we were in new mexicio recently. camping & hiking. gorgeous state. love these shots. so beautiful. (:

  4. TexWisGirl says:

    what a cool ‘temporary’ fence to share! 🙂

  5. genie says:

    Where there’s a will, there’s a way. I think this fencing is beautiful. genie

  6. lindamakiej says:

    lovely shots!

  7. Marie-AZ says:

    This has such a great view of a special area of the country, along with your fence. Marvelous!

  8. Kerri says:

    Wonderful images of fences that are not quite like the fences I see in my area. Super!

  9. Martha Z says:

    Hard to fence in the wilderness.

  10. andrea says:

    What a fascinating rustic fence with a panoramic view. Absolutely spectacular! Love the great west.

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