On the way back from picking up our solar panel, driving up our road to start a new project at the top of our property…we stop to do one of those “in-between-projects” that seem to pop up ALL the time.
After driving several trips with our 18′ 5th-wheel trailer, with up to 12,000 lbs on it…the narrow road conduit (2′ diameter) has started to collapse a bit on the inner side of the curve due to the heavy loads. We are using rocks to widen out the road a bit on the outer side of the part where the water comes out of the conduit.
This, all as a break, while on our way to do what we were supposed to do… Just a part of homesteading..
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