Thursday, July 21, 2011

forth post ready to go...



Chipped my way down to the 30" mark on hole 4 by 10 AM.  The hammer drill ran like a dream.  Post 4 is plunked, plumbed and ready to pour. Another round of storms in the area but not a drop at TFL as of 9:30PM.  Had a late afternoon visit from a momma burro with her young'n.  First time I've seen a baby burro out here.  92,110,72,0,B

7 comments:

Son of Liberty said...

It's coming along real nice. Bravo sir!

tffnguy said...

Sprinkled here for about 15 minutes, but evaporated about as fast as it hit. It did feel good sitting out in it though. maybe tomorrow?

Ricky said...

You will most likely have alot more animals coming around now that you have your own oasis in the desert hope the dam is hold good..

frann said...

Still NO RAIN at all here on South County. I want a donkey!

Grandmama Sarah said...

I was thinking about seeing those burros and then saw Ricky's post. Hope you like wildlife photography. With the water, your place may become a Mecca to for those thirsty critters from miles around.

Your building is looking beautiful. It's hard to remember that it started out as 2 used containers! My only regret is that the students who saw these from the beginning in the last school year have moved on. Hopefully, they'll keep up with you on their own.

You sure sparked their interest in something outside of their urban frame of reference!

Ziv said...

I'm surprised that you are not installing easily replaceable posts. There is One Universal Truth.. if there is a post, someone or something will run into it.

Allen Hare said...

Man, that is some sweet looking work! It's gonna be so nice.

Those burros have me thinking... that's a lot of potential power to harness. They can do a lot of work for their size, but it would probably be more trouble to you than it's worth.

We're all curious about the dam, how the water supply is holding up, and how many animals it's attracting.

Good luck with all!