Now realise I should have been more specific, the intention is to have a high fence to help stop the balls going into the neighbouring fields, so anyone had any experience with this?
Did it, more than once.
Went camping, once.
I subscribe to the “You can’t say you don’t like it until you’ve tried it” principle!
Chacun à son goût
Or get another couple of dogs and train them to retrieve the balls? I’d stay if that were a feature of the gite!
A friend of mine has a high wire netting fence around her court, it looks hideous but I suppose it stops about 80% of the balls going into the ulu.
She had flatcoat retrievers who did that sweethearts.
Vero, I had a Flatcoat many years ago and I had her trained for picking up, first time I went shooting with her and fired a shot she took off and ran home and hid under the bed (was only in the fields behind our house). This was 35 years ago and I thought at the time “that was £600 well spent” long and the short of it was she turned out to be a brilliant dog in any weather in rough or driven shooting, but once a terrier lover always a terrier lover.
Do you have an idea of what a tennis court costs to build?
Incest? Morris Dancing? Heroin? It sounds as if you may have some interesting experiences to share…
Not long back from aquagym (last of the year ), followed by some tennis (pool and courts next to each other), apero and a BBQ at our clubhouse. Wonderful
I have no idea at all of the cost.
We had a derelict tennis court when we moved in, we ploughed it up for a veg patch.
You don’t need planning permission by the way, just a declaration en Mairie.
Thank you Vero