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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Rain tests backyard 'maintenance' work


Rain tests backyard 'maintenance' work


Well, the nice rain we had today provided a good test of how the water runs in our backyard after the work that was done by all the machines of the excavating company on the sewer line.

To the north, they seemed to do a pretty good job.





To the south, they seemed to do a pretty good job. Perhaps a little messy, nearby.




Behind our cabin... very messy!




Much standing water... several spots... not draining.
We still have the 'spring' to the right, but no place for it to go, except into one of the pools.
Aren't the caterpiller tracks just great!
And, rocks, rocks, and more rocks. 
No way that can ever be mowed!
Complaint sent off to Board of Directors, to see what we can do.  ;-)

1 comment:

Allison said...

Bummer!!Hoped they did enough to make it right..but guess not!