Last fall we installed a new railing around a sweet, heart-shaped rain garden in Columbia City. The logs were cut and purchased at the end of last summer, and during the fall we installed the railing. The client happens to be a neighbor of ours, and as I walked by the other day I noticed something unusual. The logs were sprouting! It must be all this ripe soon-to-be summer weather we keep getting. Everything is itching to grow!
Back in February we were working on a cute bungalow in Columbia City (see posts HERE and HERE). We installed a raingarden and swale in the front and side of the home, and took out a huge concrete pad in the backyard. One of the last projects the clients wanted to do was complete the fence. We'd torn out the old fence due to its crumbling ways while we were renovating the backyard, and the owners wanted to move forward with enclosing their cozy new backyard space.
Here's a look at the backyard before the work started, and during the fence construction.
Overall all it was a really great project. There is nothing more satisfying than getting rid of concrete and providing our clients with a wonderful yard space that they can enjoy for years to come!
Author Susan MacLaren
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