Monday, March 28, 2011

Dog fence fail!

Well his precious furriness,

 >she says with just a touch of sarcasm< 
known as Scooby, has managed to find a new way to get out.

~sad face~ 

As of today he has gotten out 3 time since we finished the fencing and right now we can't figure out where or how. We suspect we know the how though. The only thing I can think of, since he's not going through the fence or under is, is that he's going over. Admittedly it's not very high but he's never gone over before :-(

Looks like we're covering ALL the chain link with 5/6 foot planks.

Rona is going to looooooove me!
My sewing machine and serger, on the  other hand, are going to think I don't love them. :-( But I do! I really really do!



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