Last year the wall between us and Nicos crumbled and Amanda arranged with a fencer in a nearby town to erect palisades. (Many people refer to this type of fencing as devil's fork but I don't want my property enclosed and protected by the devil!)
The fence between us and the owner of my previous garden erected palisade fencing and inserted slats which keeps his dogs on his side and our dogs and cats on ours.
Fifteen years ago I had enclosed both properties with six food fencing topped with razor wire. This was the fashion at the time. The last bit of fencing of this type was removed in the front of our house and replaced with palisades and wooden slats. Once again Amanda kindly made all the arrangements with the same fencer and sent me photos as the job - which was completed in less than two days - progressed.
The boundary between our property and Angus' is depicted by a wall (see right of photo)
Our old six-foot fence topped with razor wire
Replaced with palisades
With treated wooden slats added for security and privacy
I'm linking my post to Good Fences Thursday which you can visit by clicking here
I hope you're all having a great week so far.