William Bronson wrote: My family, the B.C.T. Artist Collective
(four people, three last names, all weird) is buying land.
A lot that formally had a house on it, for sale cheap. Lead? Almost certainly.
But we don't care. We already have a house we are paying on, we want a canvas we will own outright.
So, the parcel will qualify as a "community garden", though we do NOT have to share. To avoid unwanted attention to our endeavors we have decided a seemly privacy fence or wall should be the first thing we build.
We could buy fencing panels out right, but I would love to save money, and I love making things.
So, any thoughts on diy privacy fence that will not draw unwanted attention?
I am a scrounger with a van, in fact storing and concealing my finds is one purpose of "The Yard", so ideas involving waste streams are ideal, buuut, the final product has to be presentable.
One last detail. I am a plumber, electrician, baker, and candle stick maker, but a veery rough carpenter.
I can measure, drill, cut and drive a screw, but that's about it. I even avoid nails, for me hammers are tools of destruction!
Any ideas for this crazed maker?
William Bronson wrote: Lead? Almost certainly.
Galadriel Freden wrote:Something I'm intrigued by is the living willow fence, like:
Bearing in mind they are deciduous, so for true privacy they would have to be planted very closely.