But this is what I deal with, what keeps me from an idle life with lemonade, a book and a lawn swing. lol This curved and rustic board fence divides the house from the farm yard and runs east and west on the south side of the house in an L shape that only encloses the side yard.
Starting at the southeast end of the board fence as you come in from the driveway.
This is the east border and runs parallel with the road. It is for privacy and dust control. I used to cut it but where do you stop?
This is the north end looking back. The north east corner butts up to the north bush.
The north boundary runs along the bush to the chicken coop. There is a metal arbor near the bench that points the way to the woodland path which comes out again half way to the coop. This is a wet area, boggy, and needs some drainage. The old garden shed is near the coop but is hidden by some trees in the picture's centre area.
And we are back where we started. I also cut the area in front of the barns and I'm trying to abdicate any responsibility for the orchard because I hate trimming and my farmer is not impressed by the stumps of young and tender fruit trees that are left when I miscalculate while driving around in high gear. oops
The barn needs renovating but that is my farmer's job. I just want my dye shed done and the yard simplified so I can sip lemonade and enjoy more time with my less strenuous hobbies!