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We’ve created this page as a way to provide regular construction updates and avoid many of the calls and messages. We also know that some of you are not on Facebook.


Be sure to bookmark this page ands check back regularly as all updates and photos will be found here.

Oct 20

Looks downhill to me!


The final tank in and partially buried.


Oct 15

Another “What is that doing there?” moment. An old marked piece of concrete…

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Rock wall extension and clean up

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Safety first when trenching around gas lines…time to call in the hydro-vac unit again

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Getting the road back into shape after back filling

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Getting the road back into shape after back filling

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Dug up a few power cables…old ones  ;)

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One of the new style power stanchions already powered up on lot 58

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Oct 14

Final power trenches going in!

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Final water trench ready for back fill!


Oct 9

Dialing in the elevation of our tank fill with GPS technology accurate to within millimeters

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 Prepping the elevation of the pad for the final tank


These hydrants are winter ready because they drain when you turn them off as you can see in this illustration. It is extremely important that you turn these all the way off to prevent bursting and costly repairs you’d be responsible for.

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Fully closed. No frost risk

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Not fully closed nor fully open. Water supply is off but hydrant isn’t drained. FROST RISK

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Fully Open. FROST RISK

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You will see an extra brass fitting on the end where you attach your hose. This is a back pressure relief valve to prevent damage inside your RV should there ever be blockage or water hammer from a sudden pressure increase. You will see water come out of this when your hose is attached and you turn off the water. This is perfectly normal.


So, please make sure turning your hydrant to the fully closed position is part of your preparation for departure every time you leave for extended periods.

Oct 7

Burying the Titanic!

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The home stretch for the water line to the back lots and new sani-dump


Oct 4

The landing pad is ready for a 10,000 gallon septic tank

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Lots of room right Carlos?!

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Staging for the final placement

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Lined up and ready

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This is as clean as it will ever be. Room for the

5,000 gallon tank

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Little brother tank went in this morning.


Owner Updates!

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