Boys don’t get older, their toys just get bigger.
The morning we left for Africa I was able to get a load of granular A gravel for the top portion of the driveway. Knowing the next time I saw the yard in a thawed state it would be an absolute mudbath, getting at least one spot where we could drive and walk without sinking in was […]
Dana finishing up some backfilling.
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.
Thankful for some friends showing up randomly at the perfect time as we finished the retaining walls (for the second time) and poured the front veranda piers.
Weeping tile going in to drain our troubles down and away. Toward the neighbours.
The forms were stuck, but the Yanmar was having none of that.
Milly trying to catch a nap on the tractor as the sun goes down.
Filled in trench with electrical service and Tbaytel line in. Gotta say I appreciated the coordination between Wildon, Tbaytel, and Hydro One during all of this; they actually made things really easy!
The longer of two retaining walls we built to assist the house in the difficult task of not falling over.