Garden Fence From Scrap Lumber

Recently we had a four foot wooden fence built around our property to keep the dogs in and allow them a larger area for excersize. The lumber that the builder used came in only six foot precut lengths so they had to cut away 24″ from each piece. This left over a large pile of cut offs to find a use for! Since we had to move the garden a few feet to make way for the new fence we decided it was a good time to fence it in and use the left over lumber in the process! I bought some 3″ firing strips, a bundle of mason’s wood stakes and a box of 1 1/2″ drywall screws to assemble the fence. We set up a work area and got down to business assembly line style!

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Self taught electronics and hardware hacker.
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