Collapsing Road Conduit – Another in-between project


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..


About TJ

A Senior Software Engineer - a software developer for almost 30 years. Supporter of use of sound logic, both in work and life situations. Eager to learn new things, and is not afraid of jumping into an excavator for the first time starting the work of making a three miles steep mountain road. Loves nature, and has his favorite times (when not with his wonderful wifie) in the shade during the summer listening to our Creator's nature-musicians - the song birds.


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