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The fence guys are here. By tonight there should be a fenced dog yard. Ylva is keeping guard quietly but always scanning. The boys are asleep. 

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Well they never took this off the truck. So far digging Ll holes by hand to avoid messing up the sod. 

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That seems very diligent of them. Glad Ylva is keeping watch

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1 hour ago, Parr8hed said:

He either needs to learn to load a trailer, or get a truck appropriately sized to pull said trailer. 

I think a lot of it is camera angle.  The trailer appears to be sitting pretty level and the guy has the weight of the Bobcat over the back wheels (not front).  And the trailer has very well spaced wheels. 

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1 hour ago, Parr8hed said:

He either needs to learn to load a trailer, or get a truck appropriately sized to pull said trailer. 

It looks pretty bad to me. Seems like too much tongue weight on the trailer. 

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33 minutes ago, Kzoo said:

I think a lot of it is camera angle.  The trailer appears to be sitting pretty level and the guy has the weight of the Bobcat over the back wheels (not front).  And the trailer has very well spaced wheels. 

You realize that one of the two wheels shown is a spare, right?   No way to tell how the load is spread from the trailer pics, as they are too incomplete.  I think having that attachment on and raised really screwed with the center of balance and the weight is too far forward.

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1 hour ago, jsharr said:

You realize that one of the two wheels shown is a spare, right?   No way to tell how the load is spread from the trailer pics, as they are too incomplete.  I think having that attachment on and raised really screwed with the center of balance and the weight is too far forward.

Not from my phone I couldn’t.

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Sure, that is so cool.

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34 minutes ago, RalphWaldoMooseworth said:

Those are lucky Airedales!

They really do try hard. I really am humbled and grateful that we get to live here. Really nice neighbor in the farm house next door. Lovely property with 100’s of acres of protected wetlands behind our property.   A great barn and an easy to tend house. I count my Blessings each day. 

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Did they finish the fencing yet? It looks like the one guy is done.

 

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1 hour ago, Longjohn said:

Did they finish the fencing yet? It looks like the one guy is done.

 

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That seems a little silly!

BTW, I goofed. The Stan Ridgway song is "Don't Box Me In". 

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Holy mackerel, that is nice!!

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