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Friday, July 25, 2008

Fence Project, Day three

This is what I did this morning. I set all the rails, except for down by the gator, which is in the way. That section will just have to wait until Ryan gets home so he can move it for me. Other than that, I have the ends done, and the side against the trailer. I had to fence that side too because of the space under the trailer. I got it done a lot faster than I thought (this part...) and looking down one section I thought "Holy smokes! That's crooked!" But I don't care. I don't think anyone else will notice. And if they do, I'll just say, "Hey, I'm spatially challenged, okay?" or I'll blame the kids. I'm going to trim a piece that was too long (stupid mistake...) and then clean up the area and myself. Then I'm off to Bakersfield for a quick trip to pick up the pickets. I need to go search for the bat, too. Stupid bat.


  1. The fence is starting to look good. But you'll need electricity and concertina wire to keep Ed in. Or maybe you can put the kids on the other side of the fence and just keep them out. Your choice.