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Holding up a broken fence post

fixing a fallen post with a metal short cut

When the walnut tree fence post fell it took out another one close by.

It pushed back in place, but needed some help staying up.

I've seen the Power Company shore up a pole this way, and with any luck the 14 gauge galvanized wire will hold it in place for many years in the future.

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would you like to trade some fig tree cuttings? please feel free to contact me at
Comment by daniel erdy Wed Feb 13 02:16:53 2013
Daniel --- Thanks for your interest, but the figs I've been rooting recently were actually swapped from a friend. I might have some Chicago Hardy this summer/fall if you're interested, though.
Comment by anna Wed Feb 13 08:05:51 2013

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime