Wednesday, October 8, 2014

In which we start on the back lot

Dan Waldron and his merry band of men started working on the back lot to make it more parking friendly.  We finally got rid of the last dumpster and the port-o-potty, which will probably upset "the regulars."  Anyway, there was still the matter of what to do with the giant granite boulders that were dug up from in front of the building.  You can see below how large they actually are.  Somehow, someway, we are going to make them into natural benches for next summer's food truck onslaught in the back forty.  

Our plan is to have food trucks in the far corner of the lot away from the building,.  The trees make a lovely shady spot to have lunch.  The grassy hill across from it will accommodate the sun worshipers.

The parking area for the building.  Note the conduit that Dan placed yesterday. We are putting in lamp posts to light the back at night.

With just digging a trench for the conduit, Dan dug up some old intact bottles, including an old amber bottle of "Dazzle" a late 1940s detergent.

Dan also took home about 800 lbs of old car parts. 

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