Fencing Part 5: D to E

You have no choice but to endure more and more posts – about more and more fencing! Its that much fun as you can see in the next 3 pictures!

We are using the first 600m as our testing ground – to work on our technique and get it right – ready for more challenging times ahead of us.

 

George and Garikai - enjoy that fence puller!

George and Garikai – enjoy that fence puller!

 

George and Garikai - enjoy that fence puller!

George and Garikai – enjoy that fence puller!

 

George and Garikai - enjoy that fence puller!

George and Garikai – enjoy that fence puller!

 

 

Tendai

Tendai

 

Burying the bottom of the fence

Burying the bottom of the fence

 

and moving stones to hold the bottom down securely

and moving stones to hold the bottom down securely

 

The bottom of the fence is bent outwards and trapped with boulders

The bottom of the fence is bent outwards and trapped with boulders

 

George and Tendai

George and Tendai

 

Bonox veld fence going up

Bonox veld fence going up

 

 

one of our early challenges

Meet one of our early challenges

 

 

Mr Artwell is actually hammering the staple sides together to make sure they are parallel and easy to hammer into the posts

Used as a tool holder

Used as a tool holder

 

 

 

George the senior fencer

George the senior fencer on THAT boulder

 

The hands that built Hornbydale

The hands that built Hornbydale

 

Garikai taking it seriously

Garikai taking it seriously

 

And these days we can’t end a post with pictures of nice poles. (Now more important than doggie pics!)

 

Beautiful poles

Beautiful poles

 

 

Need I say more!

Need I say more!

 

 

 

The pole dipping factor being decommissioned

The pole dipping factor being decommissioned

 

One thought on “Fencing Part 5: D to E

  1. Excellent work now the dogs can patrol day and night hey pashandwa apa added security for the school as well the team is good ndabvuma

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