This is my Big Boy wire wagon. It makes the fencing job a whole lot quicker with these 300 kilogram rolls of Waratah pre-fab wire. Still on the wild dog fence in South West Queensland and enjoying being back in my old stomping ground. How about those big skies!
It’s a good feeling to look back along the fence line and see your progress. The wild dogs and the kangaroos are going to have a hard time penetrating this exclusion fence, and it will keep the stock in for many years to come.
We’re getting our fair share of dust storms on the fence line. You can see them coming and once they hit visibility is a little challenging. Looks like these gates are going to have to wait for tomorrow.
I’ve got a pair of brolgas who come in every night to my base camp. At certain times a few extras fly in as well. It’s not a bad way to end the day’s fencing in the Australian outback.
The fencing material stockpile at this base camp is nearly done. Am a fair few kilometres into this fence but I haven’t scratched the surface yet. Being a man of few words I’m not one for writing long blog posts but I hope you are enjoying my outback fencing photos.
JTL Rural Fencing’s signature end assembly. We love working with railway line, tough as! We use railway line/galvanised pipe end assemblies whenever possible, they are built to last.