Well, I finally got some help to lay out the fencelines today. The posts are a little bigger than I would have liked but hey, you take what you can get. We used toothpicks for the main posts and needles for the in between stays. Yes, everything still looks a bit tall but that's 'cause I have to paint the tops of each post their appropriate colors before I push them down to a suitable fence height. Still a ways to go but this is where we're at right now. The stock tank was just delivered and installed and it has not even been filled yet so still has that pretty, new, galvanized, steel look to it. The big posts in the driveway will be a glorified entryway to support a sign that will sport the name of the ranch/farm (undecided as of yet). Since the pond is still empty, my guys are taking advantage of this to build up this section of fence while they can still get to it. More of the same.... Here, under the supervision of some curious cows, my foreman and his son are laying out the corner bracing and making sure that the gate has been installed correctly. Another shot of the same area... Sorry about the pictures, as some aren't totally in focus but at least you get the idea!