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    Got it.
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    Upgrade is done. I have to get all the plugins back online but it was pretty smooth. I should be done in an hour or so.
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    Thank you. I don't post much, but I do read quite a bit. Thought I had spilled some OPSEC beans and someone local to me might know too much. If I don't say much, I don't say too much.
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    Hi there
    This is newbie cpt_sfc Ref: fence blog It is a very good view of security fence. My last 14 yrs Army combat eng cpt
    We used to get and where I live can still get surplus road 8x8 guard rail + posts and the cable that goes be hind some of it. You have to watch your area. This stuff makes getting thru a fence almost impossible and no where to hide from rifle fire . The cable is the key guard rail or not. One laces the cable thru the fence at about 2-3 feet above ground level , anchors you can buy at any farm store to anchor the cable to the ground . A post hole for ea. filled with ready mix around the anchor then fill and compact. At each end of bury a loop in the ground with ready mix. You only need to anchor every 50 to 100 ft. pull cable as taught as possible. This can even screw up a track as it causes the fence and cable to roll up in the sprocket assm. Don't,t want credit nor want to step on toes just a effort to help. Thank you for your time.
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  9. This is my girl "Boots" in the avatar pic. She's one of our first born on the homestead pygmies. Can't see it much in the pic but she has black coloring around her feet that make it look like she's wearing boots. Original huh?
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    Sorry! I wasn't ignoring your message, I just didn't realize it was there. I should have done more reading before I put my link in my signature. Sorry for the misunderstanding!
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Fencing thoughts

by 1Admin on 03-01-2015 at 10:11 AM
Fencing for your retreat needs to be thought out a good bit. Various considerations include questions like:

"Can a vehicle gear into this area readily?"

If that's the case then the post size of the fence needs to be bigger in that particular area, the posts need to be closer together, you need to be sure the posts are in far enough and hopefully set in concrete as well. All these little things making using a vehicle to slug an opening in your fencing harder to

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by 1Admin on 07-30-2011 at 07:04 PM
Due to a high number of spammers using the "blog" function, ALL blog posts are moderated. This means they have to be viewed by a mod or admin first and approved before being displayed.

Usually I check this area about once every week or so. So if you make a blog post and it doesn't immediately show, now you know why.

For more immediate posting, email me at
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right after you post a blog and I'll go in and approve it.

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