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Mon Mar 21 15:12:09 PST 2005
Yes, it would have. But the geology in the area is pretty variable. Even the ground on my property is all over the place. No idea what it's going to be like in the two places up the hill where I may put buildings. Just about anything from Karst formation to three or four feet of silt. ........... Shannon wrote: Of course if I'd had the really hard soil that some people do, that excavator might have started looking alot more enticing.
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