We salvaged a gate with permission from a new property owner down the street from us. It's a remarkable old time construction dating back maybe a century. But alas it was several feet too short. So who could possibly figure out how to make it work?
Maybe small towns across America have individuals who can figure out how to do and fix any thing. I don't know for sure but I do know that Oracle has Rebo Robinson. Measuring, cutting, welding, piecing, posting, latching - just for starters.
Aided and abetted by his son, Eric and grandson, Aiden, he works wonders. With Kaz pitching in.
A perfect fit!
Kaz and I moved to Oracle in 1979. The house we bought dated to the late 1940s. With little advance knowledge of the place, we set out to build a new life together, intending to settle in and raise a family.