My daughter wants me to build a new fence.
She has 2 boxers and they keep knocking out fence posts.
She has one of those "alternating wood fences" where there are alternating fence planks on her side and on the neighbors sides.
I would prefer to not have to take down the old fence.
thanks for your ideas. :-)
You have an interesting concept of trolling . I saw a couple of suggestions
about containing the dogs ... both of which had some merit IMO .
Gotta say , from where I'm standing it looks a lot more like you're the
Perhaps you didn't notice that the guy asked the same question a few
days ago. You probably don't know that he has a history of doing the
same thing in other groups. Perhaps you didn't notice that my
suggestion was patently absurd. Perhaps you didn't notice that several
other answers in this thread were also patently absurd.
Hey , I get out plenty ! Why just today I went up the little dirt road to
the big dirt road to the highway to get to town ! Took the wife to Pizza Hut
for lunch - after we got some more chicken feed and a piece of steel tube
for a project .
OK , I didn't see his previous post , don't even recall seeing his name
here before . Apparently I don't read the groups he's been posting in ...
but your suggestion of poisoned razor ribbon sounds like something a
dog-hater would say ...
In alt.home.repair, on Sun, 26 Jul 2015 19:58:39 -0700 (PDT), Andy
Hard to believe I'm the serious one.
Use ring nails instead of smooth nails
Use screws instead of nails.
There are gizmos that go into your electric drill that hold the screw in
place while you use the drill to screw it in, all the way in. The gizmo
lets go gradually as the screw goes in. But you can just use a
screwdriver bit and skip the gizmo.
One screw at each end of the plank ought to do it.
What are they attached with now? If you say screws, I may have to
reboot my computer.
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