“A day in the country is worth a month in town”Christina Rossetti

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Fencing - Day Two

By 11 in the morning the fog had finally burned off and progress was being made.
Dan lining up the driver and post for pounding.

A guide wire runs all around the project.

All the corners are flagged and posted.

The posts are all spaced out ready to go.

The flags we used are pretty darned close to the wires.

The bottom alley is visible and will open by gate to the lower part of the field for walking the perimeter.
By lunch they were at the first corner that we want rounded off for easier mowing.

By the end of the afternoon, the posts are heading back to the barn.

The lines are looking pretty straight. A nice design with the power lines.

The second rounded corner is in.

Looks like we will need at least one more day for the posts. I think we only hit one rock in the morning that broke three posts till they moved away from it.

We can start to visualize looking at the animals from the house.

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