It is entirely too hot outside to start my Friday night work which will include the mowing of the yard and doing some work on my current project. So, as the chicken and beef fajitas Eva cooked up for dinner settle in my enormous gut, I'll post a few pictures about the latest fence project.
So let me explain. Before we purchased the property next door, I installed privacy fence on both sides of the house extending out to either property line. This basically made the back part of the house out of view from the street. Well, that was all fine and dandy until we started talking about taking down the fence between the two properties. What it would mean is, I would have a fence that just goes to a certain point and stops for no apparent reason. I just can't have that.
On this side of the house, the only thing I really wanted blocked by the fence was our little patio area we use fro grilling and such. I don't like the idea of having BBQ grills exposed to the street, if only to keep any stray thieves at bay. I know, some of you enjoy setting up the smoker in the front yard or the driveway and making everybody who drives by jealous with your cookout. I on the other hand like to keep my cooking a private thing and let the smoke speak for itself.