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Fence #2: Completed back section

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Blog entry by kolwdwrkr posted 08-09-2009 07:20 PM 837 reads 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Well the street side of the property is completely fenced off. I think it came out good for not being a fence maker. Now I need to do a gate, a small side yard section and another entire length up against the neighbors yard (my foreclosed home :^( ). That section needs to be designed differently and won’t have the lattice for privacy issues. It will also be taller. ~71”. 72” requires a permit. Suckers. LOL. It will be coming off of the section I already did, so I am going to angle the end where they meet so it looks cool. I’ll keep this updated.
The left side of this section had to be scribed to a concrete section of the neighbors fence. It is slowly falling down the hill toward the street, LOL, so it was out of level almost 2”. I leveled mine though. On the right side I attached a plank temporarily so the dog wouldn’t get out, but that is the side the next sections will run to.

Here are the pics. Sorry there wasn’t enough interest to write the how-to blog so I didn’t capture photos of the process. Sorry Purp. The next project before the fence continues will be a Hand carved bench. I am going to write a nice blog on it, starting right now…....LOL
As always I welcome constructive criticism.
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#1 posted 08-09-2009 08:55 PM

looks great … very artistic … the extra effort really paid off

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#2 posted 08-14-2009 01:35 AM

I can see your artistic flair there Keith. Where are the garden gnomes?.

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