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    Quote Originally Posted by Fauxre View Post
    Used the backhoe on my little Kubota to dig out a raised area in our front yard. Had to do the same with each each bucket full. We’re moving a few plants around the property and each hole has to be at least twice the size of a normal transplant and filled with amendments. It’s like planting everything in clay pots.
    Sounds like a heck of a lot of work Wes! I guess we're spoiled back here in the Midwest, remind me not to complain next time I plant a couple bushes and have to pick a few rocks out of the hole I dug! Our good old black dirt has us spoiled!
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    After digging a trench 24' deep by 120' long and laying 2" conduit with the electrical service...

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    ...I was able to do this...

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    ...and finally some of this.

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    Doing a little finish work inside while waiting for my stucco guy ro get back to me.

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    Wow what a great space Wes! Are you doing any insulation in the walls or ceiling?
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    i see itch in the wall i think . or it could be knot holes i'm seeing. surely he used insulation .
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    Very nice! I'm betting you're relieved to have the trench done!
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    All it needs now is garage doors, down spouts, some trim paint and a final inspection.

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    NICE! The arches give it a classy touch.

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    Ditto nice details make a huge difference
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    paint the inside of arches same as door color
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