Well, I have inhabited total novice pages for a day or two, but I have to ask questions that have probably been asked and answered many times before, I will be starting to build outside very soon, I have a large garden, divided into hard concrete area from a new shed (yet to be built) to a largish pond and mountain area, I want to build elevated to save my back and hopefully discourage various hounds. I have what I hope is a simple question, I intend to use steel fence pockets (4" steel boots to accept 4x4 wooden uprights on the hard standing areas) - Any idea on the spacing between posts? - how do I link between posts? Angle iron supporting plywood? if I use wood to link between posts do I cover with roofers felt to weatherproof it? do I use cable trays welded and filled with gravel for drainage? Initially I intend to go about 50 foot each way, out and back, but I have a lot of room for future expansion which will be done with brick and block pillars, I am about to convert a couple of my loco's to r/c to save too much aggro with voltage drop and multiple section wiring (this could be very amusing to those who know how it should be done!) I don't wish to seem lazy but any suggestions to speed my ambitions would be very welcome, Please be gentle with me!!