I need a fence post 'fix'
That would be a 'fix' like a fast fix, a makeshift fix, a not doing it properly but have to do something fix.
I have a 6' high back fence that runs between the neighbour and I. It's a horrible ugly wall of boards IMO but I seem to be stuck with it since the place next door is a rental (meaning the owners probalby could care less) and I don't have the cash to replace the whole thing right now. Anyway, previous owner was basically not there for 3 years (I just bought this house last summer) and let the yard go. The trees seem to have pushed the fence my way so it's on tilt basically. The yard is now tame again and I can push the fence post straight which seems to take care of it but the fence post doesn't stay put of course.
So, is there any way I can do something to that post to fortify it? I would bet it's rotted or broken at the bottom but since it's on the side I can't see I am guessing. I considered maybe hammering some rebar on at least my side but think I might hit some cement as the rules here are that posts have to be sunk and cemented 3' down.
How can I fix this?