We've been talking for a long time about fencing off the top 1.5 acres above and to the side of the house. Its quite steep and really just suited for livestock who don't mind a bit of exercise. Goats would love it but I don't think we'd love dragging goats out of our veggie patch once they'd climbed over the new fence, so we've decided to go for sheep instead. There are at least three breeds that molt instead of needing to be shorn and so we'll be opting for one of those. We'll have a small flock that will be for meat. But before we get to all of that, there was some fencing to do. So we called a few of our friends from the local growers gang and got to it. There was lots of measuring, digging, eating and pounding and at the end of it all, we christened our fire pit and had a BBQ with all the families to thank them for their hard work. It will take a few more days like this one to get it done, but the guys did an amazing job and all the big poles are in and the gate is hung. Here's how it went. A HUGE thanks to Adrian, Jason and John!