Fencing Part 6: D to C

Arrive at D, turn the corner and we are heading for C. Now we have to practice our downhill fencing skills.

 

 

Dogs at fencing D to C

Dogs at fencing D to C

 

D to C just before the decline

D to C just before the decline

 

 

George checking the fence

George checking the fence

A serious Garikai

A serious Garikai

 

Ramius nailing while the end of the fence is stretched strand by strand

Ramius nailing while the end of the fence is stretched strand by strand

 

Ramius up close

Ramius up close

 

George manually tensioning for Ramius

George manually tensioning for Ramius

 

Looking back on progress D to C

Looking back on progress D to C

Last pole before the decline

Last pole before the decline

George holding barbed wire strainer

George holding barbed wire strainer

Pulling the extra strainer between high and low poles

Pulling the extra strainer between high and low poles

The team tackles the high to low problem

The team tackles the high to low problem

 

Tightening the high strainer

Tightening the high strainer

Bottom support for the same pole

Bottom support for the same pole

 

More supplies arriving down the steep section

More supplies arriving down the steep section

Garikai

Garikai

A taste of things to come in C to B

A taste of things to come in C to B

And below the Hornbydale entry in the all Zimbabwe Adventure Fencing Competition 2015.

 

The C to B Adventure Fencing Challenge Competition

The C to B Adventure Fencing Challenge Competition

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