blowing our canopies away in the process.
This was the second time for this frame,
probably on it's last legs.
Now the work spot looked barren.
This was Saturday morning,
We had already scheduled a sleepover,
so timing was tight.
we were lucky to be the first.
On the texts,
I could tell the giver, Fausto.
was getting other interest.
"We'll take them all!!"
HOLEY CHIT moment.
These were not bricks,
Each one like 3 or 4 normal bricks
in weight and size.
over a grassy berm and down a path.
Fortunately Fausto helped out with his wheelbarrow,
and Team Perich used the wagon.
about half the pile.
The van was a trooper.
How much weight does it take compress
the front suspension this much!
The poor tires...
We drove 45 mph on the short freeway jaunt.
We rushed home and the boys busted
even more a$$ decorating the house girlie style.
of moving two tons of bricks.
resumed the transport.
Fausto and his crew had did the hard work,
moving them to the sidewalk.
Hey if your gonna have a one ton E350,
ya better use it...
Two loads finished the job,
changing the previous bricking layout.
These were taller,
He must really want his drivers permit!
He's a true workhorse.
we spent a couple hour bursts bricking.
The dirt is hard packed,
lots of picking and shoveling,
as there's a 2 inch shake-like oil pack to break.
(edit pic tonight!)
The cool thing is Jason got off his a$$,
and finally paved his side too.
Although he's not as picky...
Now it's a race to the end.
Thanks Fausto for the load!!