Constructed with donated materials and under the expert guidance of Eugene Fytche, local author of "400 Years of Log Fences" (see article on pg. 3), the fence will help provide a bit more privacy for Labyrinth walkers.
|The pieces of the split rail fence (kindly donated to the labyrinth) ready for assembly.|
|Split rail fence expert, Eugene Fytche, measuring twice to make sure the fence is in the right location.|
|A tough job - digging the holes for the support posts.|
|Debby and volunteer Shelly, laying the fence rails, narrow end first.|
|The final step - wiring the fence posts together. No fence wire wasted - by the master!|
|The finished "mini-bunk" split rail fence. We have a new respect for the hard-working pioneers of Lanark County that built these fences back in the 1800's!|