Shepard was found badly beaten and barely breathing, tied to a split-rail
fence on a dirt road near Laramie, Wyoming.
That job also yielded a pulley hook, which Jerimiah used to support a light fixture he built from a split-rail
fence found in a dumpster.
For example, grapes can be trained up a post, across a wire trellis, over split-rail
fencing, even over a pergola or breezeway.
Unlike them, however, the Natchez Trace also has the haunting remains of a plantation mansion, a former town site, nearby Civil War battlefields at Shiloh and Vicksburg, miles of split-rail
fencing, and the Nation's second largest Indian mound (earthenworks thought to have been used for burials and religious ceremonies).
Recently, we've been experimenting with a modern twist on the classic split-rail
fence that fits many of our goals for a satisfactory fence.
NEW YORK -- Country music superstar Blake Shelton was poised on a mid-Manhattan sidewalk, looking right at home beside a split-rail
fence while he toyed with a lariat.
"I sat on a split-rail
fence and shouted at the Federals as they marched into town, 'You killed my father!'" At twenty he lost his fight hand in a skirmish with a corn auger.
Although I never dreamed of a life defined solely by having a spouse, children, and a white picket fence, I did wind up with a spouse, children, and a split-rail
Bill was television's first Marlboro Man, though he struck his cowboy pose sitting atop a split-rail
fence in the Elliot Unger Elliot Studio on West 54th Street, five thousand martinis east of the lonesome prairie.
fences and rustic gates made of natural materials are perfect for such settings.
We stop at log cabins with split-rail
fences and walk among the weathered gravestones in cemeteries behind white, clapboard churches.
The popular image of Abe Lincoln as "the old rail-splitter" notwithstanding, split-rail
, zigzag fences then widely used in the heavily forested East were prohibitively costly in the West.