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Bill Shiel

Looks great but would not be legal in Australia because you can climb over it by gripping the wire frame!

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martinidry

Up here we call this "rip rap".

   
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Emily Mayotte
We’ve done something similar; not quite as tall- ours comes in at 5’.
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