Excavation


excavation

The excavator will be finished early August (2015). The concrete people will get the measurements, and the flag pole holes will be dug out with an auger. Bill and Denny will then lay out the forms for concrete.

We will be up weeding and planting some more heuchera under the dogwoods in the coming days. We also delivered the bricks to the engraver in Niles and he has sent me all sheets to proofread. He will have them done in a couple of weeks.

In another couple of weeks the concrete should be about done and the memorial will be taking shape. Very exciting! The concept plan from John Pawlak is going to make this the nicest memorial around!

It is going to come together quickly now. As soon as there is a date, Wedel’s will be notified that we are ready for plants. The underground sprinkling guys will have to finish before we are at that step. Will keep you all informed as best I can.

excavation
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