The lumber has arrived. The holes are dug and the poles are in place.
The holes are dug and the poles are in place.
Tools of the "fence building" trade
Daddy's little helper
Now it's time to set the posts in concrete.
The concrete gets to set for 3 weeks... too hot to work outdoors.
Getting direction for the fore woman.
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Measure and marking to ensure straight fence lines
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Eyeballing the curve and bow of the wood... Looking for straight boards.
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Driving the first nails as the fore woman and her little helper oversee the activity.
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Definitely a two man operation.
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Everyone is giving a helping hand.
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Two hands, two hammers.
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Moving to a newer technology. Nail gun! Whew!!
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Brandon brought his nail gun to speed things up a bit.
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Finishing off what the nail gun started. A little tap makes the nail flush with the wood.
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