Monday, September 14, 2009

All We Need Is Power And Water!

Well the pool house project is winding down! (I thought) All we need is power and water.......BUT that involves this:

The power and water hookups happen to be in the front of the house....poolhouse is in the back!!

How in the world did the electric company lay this line???? Zigzag??



Guess we had better lay a new line from the front to back instead of finding the old line!!! People, if you know me you know that I planted, fertilized, watered and mowed every blade of this grass that they so easily dig up!!!



I know you are saying that there isn't any grass where they are digging....that's another story in itself. While pulling a sprayer, someone sat on the hand wand (on accident) spraying about a 4 foot section all along the drive, with industrial strength poison/ha







See the defined Dead section/ha





I have a "Promise" from my husband that he will fix the yard the way I had it......chuckle, chuckle.....

Oh well, it will be nice when it is all completed! I'll show you pictures of the finished project (someday)

7 comments:

Jill said...

Oh dear! Well, it will be "just right" in a matter of time! I want to see photos of the new pool house Nanny!

Karla said...

so sorry that it has turned into this!!! We will be going thru a similar thing, the city is putting down new cable and water lines. They haven't made it to our street yet but its coming. I wish you the best of luck

Tanna said...

LOL! Isn't it interesting that every project, no matter what it is, always ends up taking longer, being more involved and costing more than you originally expected? I am sure it will be beautiful! Do I see a fairway in the background? =)

Betsy said...

You're going to have a whole new yard when it's all finished!

Pam said...

What a big project - I am sure you will be so happy when it's completed.

Solar Powered said...

wow, coming right along

deedee said...

oh my, oh my, oh my! If they were tearing up my yard, I'd be popping motrins (the extra-strength ones). Can't wait to see the "all done" pictures. Good Luck!