Sunday, 9 March 2014

And he puffed and he huffed...

and he put the fence up!

Three weeks later and we're all back to normal. We've dug in two new posts


Cut notches in them to accommodate the cross pieces of the fence panels (that was hard work!)


Added some bracing to a rotten patch


And finally put the fence panels back in place.



(and hooray for the sunshine - we were outside in tshirts all day, brilliant!)

p.s. The next challenge in The Great Swift Bake Off is approaching. This month two dozen biscuits are the order of the day. We'll open Mr Linky on Wednesday - what will you make?

8 comments:

  1. Congrats on the great finish and for the sunshine! We are being promised a warm day tomorrow.

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    1. I hope you have a nice warm day - you deserve it after all that snow.

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  2. I'm glad it's finished for you now, the weather has been ideal tshirt weather hasn't it.

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    1. It's been lovely, Sunday was even better than Saturday. Here's to more days like that!

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  3. That's a big job well done. How nice to be able to do it in the sunshine.xxx

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    1. It was very pleasant. I'm hoping for lots more sunny days in the garden this year :)

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  4. That's a good job to have all done and sorted out. We had a panel blow out of our fence which Mick managed to mend, but it's only held for a short time. I don't know if he'll be able to cobble it together again or if we'll need to buy a new panel.

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    1. Fortunately for us it was the posts that had rotted through, so we were able to reuse the panels for now. Replacing the whole lot would have been a much bigger job I think.

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