NOTHING. Nil, zero, zilch, zip, nada, diddly-squat. After getting up at the crack of dawn to move my car out of the driveway to make room for the crew’s equipment, I discovered – after a phone call, of course – that this team works ten hour days four days a week. What a blessing for them, because Friday turned out to be the hottest day of the week with temperatures hovering around 105 degrees.
I will only post photos on the days that something actually happens, and Monday the irrigation crew will start their thing. Then we will have to wait until the concrete contractor is available to do his portion. We are at a standstill until then. It could be two days this week or three weeks from now, so I will not be holding my breath. I have asked the landscape crew not to tear out the old wooden deck until the concrete guy gives us a definite date and has actually shown up to build the forms.
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Hey, it appear that the ‘mound’ in front of the garage is gone! Where did you move the body?!
The ‘mound’ has been partly hauled away, and the rest is being used as a base for the hardscape. The ‘mound’ was just a mound of excavation dirt left over from the time the garage’s foundation was dug and should have been hauled off by those contractors, but those guys conveniently forgot. What I’m worried about is what we’ll find under the old wood deck when it’s removed. It’s been my dogs’ secret hideaway and hunting ground for many years.