if the rock is a space away from a fence, wall, tree, cliff, or river bank, you could try positioning your player to face the rock with your player's back up against the fence, wall, tree, cliff, or river bank.
after this wall, well be inside the castle! c'mon, let's go!" [they head inside, using the ladder as a walkway and an fmv starts where the band strikes up and the play raises up, with a lot of jazz and fanfare. baku, dressed in regalia, walks onto the stage.] baku: "ladies and gentlemen!
stucco presents an interesting challenge because the surface is lightweight and solid, but hollow with variable solid areas. the best type of wall anchor to install in stucco is an all-purpose anchor that spreads wide for hollow areas but only thickens for solid areas.
porch rails do more than add architectural appeal to the porch and house. when securely anchored to the home's stucco wall, the rail provides a safety barrier and a hand hold for porch users.
the stucco just won't hold a gate latch. if the sheathing won't support a hollow wall anchor, you may need to block between studs. proper blocking will require the removal of either some of the stucco/sheathing or sheetrock from the inside. there are several types of hollow wall anchors that will work.
the art of hanging. for hanging light objects from hollow walls, kaile recommends a self-drilling e-z anchor. you can remove it simply by unscrewing it from the wall, and the anchors are
the material underneath the stucco will determine which type of fastener should be used to secure the fence post into place. for a stucco wall with wood studs, use lag bolts. if the wall doesn't have studs, use toggle bolts. if your home has stucco walls with a masonry base, use masonry anchors. these types of fasteners are medium- to heavy
acquire the buildex 1/4 in. x 2-7/8 in. steel flat-head phillips stucco anchors with drill bit (25-pack) 31840, metal made with steel to help ensure strength and come with a drill bit for easy installation into portland cement stucco from the seven trust