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36 – Rock Hard Digging

36 – Rock Hard Digging

We needed a pad high enough to clear any winter shade for the greenhouse and had also gathered a large collection of rocks from all our digging projects that needed a home. We brought in another D8 for the cut and filled it with all our leftover material plus about 80...
35 – Passing the Grade

35 – Passing the Grade

I must back up a bit for this next part. A large part of heavy equipment expense is in the transport. The more projects you can stack up while you have the machines there, the better. We finished two other projects the same week we graded the house pads. The largest...
34 – Getting Water to the House & Gardens

34 – Getting Water to the House & Gardens

Next up was getting water lines installed for the house and gardens. We laid out about 800 feet of new trenches that wrapped around all the build sites to keep from crossing over lines later while building the house. This was the first time I tied into the original...
33 – Laying Out the Farm Homesite

33 – Laying Out the Farm Homesite

We wanted to terrace the home site to end with a more natural look once the landscape grows in opposed to the large cut and fill jobs we’ve done so far. Once the trees were cleared we could layout where things needed to go using a transit. This is a view and...
32 – It’ll Cost How Much to Build our Farm House?

32 – It’ll Cost How Much to Build our Farm House?

We had made the mistake of hiring an architect out of area to turn the design into a workable set of plans. What started as a request for a simple set of plans for a simple house turned into a complicated process ending with an expensive set of engineered blueprints...