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« on: May 16, 2013 12:31:01 PM »

I have access to a huge amount of wood pallets, and I am planning on fencing in my whole yard with them (about 150 feet, I think).  I saw an article about using 4x4 posts and just sliding the pallets over them, but at my estimate thats about 75 posts, and I don't really have that much money, or want to do that much digging.  Maybe if I fastened two or three pallets together somehow?   I've also never put up a permanent fence of any kind so this is my first go.  I am looking for cheap and fast tips! 

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