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  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 29 Jan 2008, 19:47
I've been thinking about fences lately and why we seem to want to construct them to mark our boundaries...literally and figuratively.

This fence seems hardly strong enough to keep much of anything out. Is it there to mark a boundary?
Dave Bonta: No. You're looking at the bottom of a seven-foot-tall fence enclosing a three-acre deer exclosure up in our woods, intended as a wildflower sanctuary and a way to measure the success of our deer hunting program on the rest of the property outside the exclosure.

If it were a vegetable garden in there, you can bet the deer would leap it or break through it, but since it's only woods, they walk around.

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