Thursday 4 June 2020

New fence

The first fix plumbing is now completed and we have a list of tasks to do before their next visit on the 6th July.
The fencers were also here today and they quickly dug the holes for the fence posts. 

They put a string line across the whole of the back boundary and it turns out that we have a few inches less of garden than I thought. I have trimmed the leaves of this plant on one side as it definitely spanned the boundary. I just hope that it forgives me. 

They got the fence posts in the holes and the concrete is going to dry overnight, before they put the leaves on it tomorrow. I can't wait for us to get a bit of shade, although the sun has not put in an appearance for the last couple of days.

This is a photo of our neighbour up on his roof. He is looking a bit like the Milk Tray Man and is dressed all in black with a safety harness, just ready to abseil down the side of his house. 


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