Something Is Missing

The fence installers celebrated the completion of their work, but we noticed something was missing before we could use it.

Something is missing
Frankie and Landon discussing the gap in the fencing.

After the shocking event of Monday, the fence installation team finished up their work yesterday. Well, sort of. They reported that a crucial item had been delayed—gates. We noticed right away that something is missing and, because of that, Hu-Dad still insists we wear our leashes in the backyard. We have paws crossed this week, but with the holiday weekend looming…

P.S.—Hu-Dad submitted his manuscript to his editor on Wednesday with about an hour to spare before the deadline. He claimed that makes him early.

3 Comments

  1. chris on July 2, 2021 at 1:06 pm

    I thought you did not do wood fences nor 4 ft fences. Do what we did and build your own gate? Not hard to do and we did it with a 6 ft wood privacy fence. Saved a ton of money learning how to do things ourselves. The way workers are today and the poor workmanship in a lot of cases is also cause to do it yourself.

  2. Debbie and Ruby on July 1, 2021 at 9:02 am

    Nice fence even without the gate. Hang in there guys lumber is in short supply this year.

  3. Jean B Burkhardt on July 1, 2021 at 7:10 am

    UH-OH Gates are VERY important so sorry Herd BUT leashes are STILL required as Hu-Dad says. I will keep my paws and everything else crossed that the gates are installed before the holiday!

    I agree Hu-Dad-you DID submit your manuscript ON TIME! I can’t wait until it’s published.

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