Excavating the Premises

Ok, so that title is a “Steveism”.  He loves to play with words.  Dont evacuate the premises, excavate them!

Note….. trying photos a little bigger.  You can still click on them for the larger size.  Trying to accomodate those with slower internet connections.

As it was this morning, before work started.

Concrete cut in pieces, then picked up…..

……. and moved to fill in a deep hole in the road through the pasture.

Mike and Steve waiting for Ron to pick up the next piece.

Ron making his first pass of excavation.

That was quick!

Later, the gravel truck arrived.  This shot is taken from my living room sliding door that will later become a French door.  Hey Connor, this is the view into the studio!  like it??

And now it is full of gravel.

S’posed to rain the next few days, not sure how much will get done this week.

Hope your day was good.  Ours was great!

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. sammi
    May 08, 2008 @ 11:35:31

    Already lookin’ good. Any kind of progress is great progress, eh??

    Reply

  2. TK42ONE
    May 08, 2008 @ 12:11:06

    I knew the addition would be big, but never expected it to be THAT big!

    Reply

  3. Diane F
    May 08, 2008 @ 17:41:12

    Looks like you are all moving right along.
    Back to your new dishes, if you are ever sick of them you can send them on to me!

    Reply

  4. Deb Levy
    May 08, 2008 @ 21:33:16

    looks like a great day! It’s got to feel great getting them started. Hope it will all go smoothly and relatively quickly so that you can enjoy your new space SOON!

    Reply

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