Christopher Colwell wrote:Next batch
There are Grapes on the property, but they are so overgrown with blackberries Im probably gonna have to take the whole hedge to the ground. Any input on this would be welcome.
The cabin had a mouse infestation. they are either gone, or have learned to avoid poison. slowly ripping out all the affected insulation and stripping it down to sanitize it, planning a 50/50 bleach and water spray(thoughts?). What do you guys think of KILZ? Was considering priming with that to seal anything nasty into the wood, but I don't like using chemicals if I don't have to.
Eddie Conna wrote:.
An official cannot legally enter your property if it's fenced, gated, locked, and posted.
Christopher Colwell wrote: No berries when we came back, but there was a pile of bear crap just outside the fence that would not have looked out of place in Jurassic park.
Hans Quistorff wrote:
As for permitting what you want to do one Pierce Count employee explained they were verbally informed that they were to seem to be as helpful as possible but collect every fee possible and take responsibility for nothing. The septic engineer has to take responsibility for the septic system and the surveyor has to take responsibility for the hous site being 18 feet above the 1 foot flood plain even though it is clearly shown on the elevations for the septic design. Then the banks require the same thing
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