Day two of the new road brought some very expensive metal culverts. Some to replace old, undersized ones,
Largest of the old culverts.
and some to create new water diversions to preserve the road in the future.
New culvert ready at the first creek crossing.
Ever see $1800 worth of culvert? For one pipe? Here's your chance!
To replace the culvert that caused a lot of this damage!
AG checked for the titanium cladding (it's gotta be there!) and tried to steal it, since it's worth so dang much! Forget driving the bull dozer, I should be making these suckers and then I'd be rich!
Day Three brought more changes. Remember this (missing) creek crossing?
Last March's surprise!
Look at it now!
I can drive across it!!
Work will continue tomorrow.
The equipment "yard"
As AG and I were returning to the house, we heard the rumble of some heavy machinery. At 6 PM, yet another delivery of rock!
Pull over AG! They will run you down!
I am digging this new road!
In other news, AG goes home to Reno tomorrow, but before she leaves, she helped me make a duct tape dress form so I can sew myself some clothes that fit!
Edit: Since even Stud Muffin couldn't figure this out, I will state that this is NOT my dress form! Think more padding, less noticeable hip bones, bigger lady lumps!
Photo by Raggedy Anne, Wachoo Wachoo Tribe Peacmaker!
I only wish my dummy looked this good. But if you think, I'm going to show you pictures of me dressed up like Potato Head Barbie in a suit of duct tape armor, hah! You got another thing coming!! Actually, we were so caught up in wrapping me up in miles of sticky silver tape FOR TWO HOURS, we forgot to take any pictures!