Archive for February 8th, 2012

Finished Product

Feb
8


It’s working great so far! (The pipes now release into the creek on the other side of the fence.) It was nice that the previous owners left a big pile of gravel for me to use. (You can see it top right in the photo, outside the fence on the other side of the rear barn yard.) I figure they kept it on hand for the driveway. Maybe someday if I learn to drive the tractor, I’ll get to practice scooping up rocks with the bucket and dumping them on the driveway then smoothing it down. The part where the guys were picking up rocks and dumping them looked kinda fun……..

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