This dialog is an attempt to record in words and pictures the sweat and blood (insect bites) expended to create a recreational cottage at Jan Lake in spite of the rain, mud, countless species of bugs that all bite and long distances. It shall be done.
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
After the trees were cleared, the roots were dislodged with a backhoe hired from FATS camp.
Over the years the cabin had sunk into the muskeg. Jacks were used to lift the structure before a permanent foundation could to built.
Sister and Ceasar (Gus's dogs) survey the mess created by the backhoe.
The day it rained 41/2 inches resulting in a soggy mess. Rubber boots were a necessity.
When the exsting well could not revivied, a new sand point well was installed. Cec is digging the trench from the well to the side of the cabin for the piping..