You know when you have big gaps in fences, intended for people to go through? Traditionally those are filled with gates. Call me crazy, but that seems a useful idea.
So, over the last couple of days I built gates for the chicken run; a small one for people to go through, and a big double gate for vehicle access.
Here’s the small gate, after being built:
Wondering about the bit at the bottom? Here’s the gate installed, so you can see why; it’s to allow for the bottom board of the fence when mounting the hinges:
The view from inside the run:
Next up, the big gate. Here’s one side assembled, but not yet mounted:
And both sides installed:
From another angle:
And from inside:
Next up: installing the fencing wire!