You have much to be happy about! Now get some well deserved rest tonight! Nancy
Rest? Nancy, what is this "rest" of which you speak? LOL!
Very neat and functional! John did a fantastic job!!
Yes he did, Tosh. And I am very appreciative. I always wanted a sturdy chain link fence around the garden, but Mr. Granny wouldn't hear of it. Not much he could complain about when it was free!
What a great job you both did!
Megan, I'm very happy with it!
Nice space!! I likey like!!
Me too, Holly!
The gate looks fantastic!
Vanessa, we had to make an adjustment to the fencing on the gate side, due to the slope of the land. It had to be level so the gate would roll on the track, so John dug down and buried part of the fencing which makes that section lower, but at least the gate rolls easily now. In any rate, it looks 1000% better than the old fencing.
Looks really good and functional!!
Anke, I can actually lean my garden tools on it, and I can let vines grow on it if I wish. And it's doing a lot more good in my back yard than in the landfill, where it was headed!
Whoohoo! I wish the chain link fence next to my garden was mine. I don't feel I can let things climb up it. My neighbor likes everything very neat and not at all green. Occasionally the squash try to climb up and I beat them back.
Daphne, I always used the neighbor's chain link for cucumbers or tomatoes when Pat lived there, but I hesitated to impose on the new neighbor. Now I have my own sturdy fence, if I want to grow something on it I can!
That's what I need. I have a 3 foot fence made from rabbit wire fencing and t posts. My dog jumps the fence and eats my tomato and peppers. Today I found her in there eating lettuce. UGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If only I had a money tree.
Peggi, do you want to borrow my son? ;-)
Awesome fence Granny!
It certainly is more sturdy than the old one! Mr. Granny can lean on it and watch me work :-D