Rip Cuts and Wedges. Necessity being the mother of invention I realized, as I got tan- gled up in landscape fabric, that wedges would be a great way to hold the fabric in place against the inside of the outer circle. Luckily, the chainsaw—mine’s a Stihl—rips as well as it cross-cuts. After securing the bottom of the pole in my sawbuck, I ripped some semi-circles off the edges of the poles.
Inner Circle. I built the inner circle outside the larger circle so I had enough room to move around. I built it in two halves, using wedges and structural screws to cobble it together. I then lifted each half into the larger henge and connected everything.
Ripping wedges served two pur- poses: Secure the landscape fab- ric and beef up the connections.
Install the semi-circular wedges with 3-inch screws. I started the screws first to make it easier.
Build the inner circle in two sec- tions. Leave one post out for the hose chase.
CHANGING THE WAY THE WORLD WORKS!
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