Under the House Digging-Ashleigh
It is not easy digging about eight hundred square feet in the height of thirty inches from the ground level to the beams where the probability of hitting your head is very high, especially when working with big shovels that require moving around a lot. But so it must be, so that the spray foam insulation can be put in, and it works as a crawlspace, and Dad can fix things down there. But for now, digging, digging, and more digging is the way to reach that goal.
Above is a picture taken 5/28/18 of Isaiah digging. This was The picture above was taken at the same time as the
the second day of digging. top picture to the left, showing our progress on this side.
This was taken 5/29/18, after about five and a How far back does it go? This picture was taken 5/30, after
half hours of work. This shows the progress a full day of work, determination, and *Fatmax!
made from the top right picture.
*Fatmax, Dad said, means lying down, putting the shovel against the dirt, and pounding two feet at a time. Sound tiring? We had a shovel designed for it, so the reduced the effort some.
Leave a Reply.
Josh: Founder, father