The design was taken from a gardening brochure which my Mom clipped and asked me to copy. I made it from simple ACQ with pocket hole joinery.
|The brochure photo my Mom gave me as a request.|
|Cutting the steep angle.|
|The finished leg assemblies.|
|For 12' boards, it's easier to bring the saw to the wood than the wood to the saw.|
Be sure to bring the saw to the right place in the wood.
|The front slats during installation.|
Finally I ran a length of 5/4" x 4" PVC around the top and capped it with a 5/4" x 6" ACQ lip. I used the PVC so that my kids could paint on it for their grandmother.
|The 5/4" PVC is installed, the geotextile fabric is in, I'm test fitting|
the top cap and I forgot to take photos after this.
Being the idiot that I am I don't have any photos of the finished project. It was still a great success in that it was finished on time and my Mom appreciated it.
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