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Wonderful! Thanks for sharing.


Hear Hear

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I never thought of building fences for physical therapy. Does this apply with all fences or just with certain fences? We are trying to get an aluminum fence and our son needs some physical therapy. http://www.fence-it.net/fence-types/aluminum-fencing/

Audrey Blakeney

This story is truly incredible. My family had a farm when we were younger, and I remember sitting out in the fields watching my older brothers pound the fence posts into the ground. My brothers were gigantic football players in high school, but putting in the fence was hard even for them. I can't imagine how hard it would to be pound fence posts with a broken ankle for physical therapy. I'm glad your older brother's ankle healed without any complications.

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