Building a Fence, Part 2

My darling Kullervo had left us with an exposed back yard and a tangle of yanked out bush in both our front and back yards. 

But, to his credit (and our next door neighbor’s!) they didn’t leave it that way for long.  As soon as they were both available, early the week after dismantling the bushes, they started securing the biggest piece of our new fence. 

They got partway through and realized that they didn’t have enough of something called an L-bracket.  I think it stands for lollygagging—since this was only a couple of days later, they had clearly not lollygagged enough, and needed to take a break.  That said, the biggest open patch of our yards was now covered, if not totally secured into place.  

Partially secured fence

Partially secured fence

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