Spending the Lunch Hour Riding since 2001.
How far are you going to have to carry that thing to get it set up?
Ain't gonna call me Mr. pitiful, no!
Chris - Not far. It can be trucked in most of the way. Still...it will be a two person job to hike it in I think.Smudgemo - Yep. I had Houses of the Holy playing while I was doing chores today, and I thought, "Hey! There's the title for my next post...".
Potter's, YOU Rock!
I've got a bunch of wood. It is a bunch of old round type fence posts. See the picture in my flickr account. I will gladly treat it with some kind of wood treatment that will prolong its life in the dirt and deliver it if you think it is useful.http://www.flickr.com/photos/marcus-m/
I don't think I'll be able to use the rounds for bridge #2,though I might use a simpler design like the one I viewed on your Flickr page titled Heede. Thanks for the offer and the picture.
Its there if you need it.
I have some treated 4x4's. Long lengths too. They've been laying around the yard for a long time!
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