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pics of a job

Discussion in 'Showtime!' started by cat320, Oct 4, 2010.

  1. cat320

    cat320 Charter Member

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    I'm digging out under a porch for a patio and wall then next spring will be landscaping the yard . and in the process the porch suport poles had to be dug deeper because we a going deeper with the patio than the grade is now. so we dug out one pole at a time to restructure and put new ploes in .
     

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  2. Jeffksf

    Jeffksf Well-Known Member

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    Thats some tight area! Interesting to see it completed.
     
  3. cat320

    cat320 Charter Member

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    got a few today pretty big patio under the porch.
    I took 11 10 wheeler loads of dirt out i think we did a quick figure and it comes out to somewhere near 200 yards.
     

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