Wednesday, April 16, 2008


The mud around the property has gone from being a minor annoyance to a major problem. I got stuck up to my axles yesterday and had to get a tow truck to pull me out. Today I brought in 12 yards of gravel and it barely made a dent in the problem.

I don't mind waiting for everything to dry out, but the worst thing is; I can't get any materials in to the building site. And guess what... there's more rain and snow in the forecast.


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  2. Thank you. I'm glad you're enjoying it. It's nice to see someone from so far away watching my progress.

  3. Incredible project you've undertaken!
    As we are from Trail, we understand all too well the frustrations of spring this year. New to the Kootenays ourselves, we're assured this is the worst spring in 15 years. Lucky us, eh? :)
    Good luck with your house! It's looking great!
    -Steph from Trail

  4. Hey Steph... thanks very much. Yes, my neighbours have been telling me that this winter and spring has been totally abnormal too. I picked a fine year to build, didn't I!