Monday, September 24, 2012

A long way to go!



We are putting stringers on for those who are at all interested in the intricacies of fencing. We had a couple of posts to reposition and now we need to pound those two in by sledge hammer.  We being;  I hold it and the Rooster stands on something and smacks away! lol  Next we bolt them on as nails are not enough if we don't want to be fixing.  Then the boards go on which only need screws. I hope the weather holds as the Rooster has time lines and deadlines.


I am trying to find my style and this was an attempt at finding it. I believe I have a ways to go!!!

6 comments:

Createology said...

Your fence will be fantastic. I definitely understand the intricacies of building a fence and this is a good one. You and the Rooster are a good team. I adore your page with the jars. Create Bliss my Dear...

Dandelion and Daisy said...

Your "style" shines through! Great fence/big job.

thesewinggeek said...

Finding a style is what you encouraged me on last week! For me I think I need to write down a list of topics and then just experiment with them with out focusing on an end product so much. I think I get disappointed by the lack of perfection on a skill. I'll have to ponder that...
Also for finding my style I will have to start working on something again. lol

Mary Ann said...

I remember putting in the fence around my wee property. What a job. I like both of your pages. The colours...the sentiments....Really lovely:)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Looks like that's what warped boards are good for (grin). Quite a job, I must say.

I was impressed with the jars. Did you freehand those? Impressive, regardless.

I see I've turned you into a poly clay monster, and you have drug the grandies, too. Tell your grandson I would have trouble with that punch, too. I stand on my large ones, which is the only way I can get them to work!

Margaret Applin said...

That is a might large fence! The Rooster never stops!!! Love your layout! Are you signed up for that workshop too? Can't wait!