Monday 9 April 2012


Yikes, in the beginning there was mess and piles of rocks, dirt and gravel. The size of the trucks coming down the driveway was scarey and then the size of the rocks they were dumping was even worse. But, damn, those guys are good. I was thinking they were way to close to the MO-bile to dump those loads but no, they judged distance and rolling ability (of the rocks) perfectly. Although, the ground shook. Then of course it started to snow which is just expected on day one of any DIY project here. But, that did not stop the guys from continuing on with load after load of stuff. be continued.....


ingrid said...

ok - yeah this is hard not to stress over!!!
Maybe put in a shot of whiskey in that tea I suggested!!

Eric said...

What in the world... this couldn't wait a few more months!! What are you guys doin'... building a bunker? :)

BOBOJOJO said...

I am so out of the loop Gee.
By MO-bile do you mean TR-ailor

Am I to understand then, that you have you officially become West Kootenay Trailor Trash.

Well boy-howdy how the worm has turned.
All the way from Boston Legal to the Beverley Hillbillies.

Have we tossed out the Italian shoes and started canning preserves yet Gee?

Couldn't happen to a nicer Gal.

P.S. I have some used Larry the Cable Guy DVD's left over from my long haul days Vaquera.
Just say the the word and they are in the mail.

Later Elly-May