Fence Progress and New Garage Siding

It's been awhile since the last post. You should all be used to this since I'm such a slacker blogger.

By late summer/early fall Chad was still working on finishing the fence. Before he could put the most eastern portion of the fence together he wanted to rip out the old siding on the bump-out of our brick garage and rebuild it. I think there are some pictures of him doing that here. On the left below is the other side of the garage bump-out (which hasn't been replaced yet but is a good comparison "before" picture since I forgot to take a "before" picture) and then the new siding is pictured on the right. Looks good, uh? The square is where our garage lights will placed. I'd place a link to what we bought but they have been in the damn boxes so long I can't even remember what we bought! All I know is we got them from here so they are bound to be fabulous. I probably posted about them at some point on this blog.

Here is a picture of the fence finished on the most eastern side of our lot:

The fence is ALMOST finished. We do still need a gate and the hardware for said gate. And we need to finish the tops of the boards so that they are not sticking up in random, fortress-like patterns. The garage siding is primed (bought it that way) but not painted and won't be until we get to painting the outside of our house trim next summer.

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