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    We have a fence and gate. If the gate is closed, keep out. If it is open, come on in.

    Generally it's only closed after 6pm and before 8am.

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    We have a rendered fence but there are gaps for the car and people. Eventually we will put a gate in the gaps but it won't be for security or to stop people in, it would be for street appeal.

    I live in a safe neighbourhood so putting in high fences wouldn't occur to me sbd not many people have them. All our kids' bikes, scooters, helmets are kept in our small front yard that anyone can walk into at anytime.


 

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