Building a Dog Fence (with the help of the Skidril)

Since Ruger needs a lot of space to run, we decided to tear out the decorative picket fence and replace it with a “dog fence”.  We mapped out a larger perimeter fence for our backyard, dug corner post and gate post holes, and used concrete to set the 4″ x 4″ wooden posts.  We then measured where each metal post needed to be set, and marked the spots with orange paint.  Today,  Lars used the Skidril to drive all the posts (about 40) in less than an hour.  We helped by holding the post – and using a level to keep it straight. Here is a link to a short video of the first post we set.