The unmanageable project meets the librarian

Bob has had a day to end all days.  Even if he hadn’t told me this, I would know it, based on the size of the excavation and lifting equipment that greeted me when I opened the front door at 6:45 am, the fact that he was going to have to run interference for the delivery of a new oil tank and hot water heater installation under conditions that have led to no street or driveway access, and the size of the culverts sitting at our door upon my return to the house at 7:30 pm.

But he survived.  And there is now a hot water heater.  And perhaps a functioning oil tank (it hasn’t pumped through to the point that the heat is in effect yet).


at my front door, 7:30 this evening

at my front door, 7:30 this evening




2 Responses to “The unmanageable project meets the librarian”

  1. Marg Says:

    So what exactly is the point of all this construction? Do you have any sense of what they are trying to accomplish? She asks sheepishly as the Bay Bridge closes down amid reconstruction that is taking longer to complete than building the original.

  2. flotsam Says:

    Cheers for Bob!

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