Tuesday, February 26, 2008


The contractor had to come and pull us out of this mud with a chain and Bob Cat (tractor). Good thing we have a hitch on the back of the van! This mess has been going on for 28 months. We are ready for this project to be OVER! This is almost the straw that broke the camel's back. We have been dealing with mud, dust, inconvenience, moved mailbox, no mailbox, blocked driveway, no fence, no gate and contract issues. After three big loads of more crushed rock there was somewhat of an improvement. The surface was still spongy when humans walked over it. Then yesterday they dug all that up and added new gravel. We were able to get out of the driveway today. WHEN WILL THIS EVER END!?


Mary said...

Our trip was just what we needed. Quiet, simple, and away from all the activity of children and grandchildren. I'm rested now and looking forward to play afternoon with the two grandsons (4yrs & 5).

Your road looks not only inconvenient but that it would cause damage to your cars. I hope DOT takes action in the near future.

Have a wonderful day.

Kathy Likes Pink said...

Oh gosh that picture is priceless!! I feel for you.

Here in New England we are in pot-hole season. With the snow plows, salt on the roads, and general wear and tear, by this time of year pot-holes are a-plenty! They are so deceiving - what looks like a mere puddle, you can lose your whole wheel in. Awful!

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Leah Friedman said...

Tee, when I saw the Atlanta tornado on the news today I though of you and prayed for your safety. I am so glad no one was seriously hurt.