Unfortunately, my mother only got the last bit of work. Took us a solid two days to get this thing up. It reminded me of how much I enjoyed working as a builder back in the day.
Which is to say, I really didn't and I'm really glad I quit.
So yeah. Fence. It replaces the ramshackle piles of wood that were the old fence, that I'd had to prop up with whatever I could find to stop them flapping around like those stupid roadside inflatable flapping sign things.
Next step is to repave the front have of the garden and build some sort of bench thing. Fun!
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