Moving some large rocks into place from around the property in front of the house to make a retaining wall.
These two sisters were far too big for our little machine to move, so they became one with the footings by drilling and epoxying rebar into them.
And when they do it at our house, it goes here, enroute to the septic field.
Directions aside, this was the start to the long process of building the back deck. On the front.
Cutting wire to act as whalers for the retaining walls. These wires would be stretched to – and past – their limits.
The longer of two retaining walls we built to assist the house in the difficult task of not falling over.
It’s good having friends randomly show up right as you’re pouring a few metres of concrete walls and sonotubes.
One of two retaining walls (the footings are shown here) that will hopefully hold some dirt back and keep some walls straight.
Things are proceeding as my hairline is receding; hoping to move in before I’m totally bald.