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post #21 of 29

A yard to me is a cubic yard I was a crane operator for years and poured thousands of yards of concrete the best average to use is 4,000 lbs per Cubic Yard. # 2 son owns a concrete business and when referring to and ordering concrete it's just yards. And yes concrete can be heaver or lighter, but the standard mix that most people use weighs about 4,000 lbs per yard.

 

Not trying to be a smart A_ _  

 

Gary

post #22 of 29

LOL.  I had  mine typed out as a yard also.  Then changed it.     Thumbs Up

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The garden construction is done. It needs a bit more dirt before we plant

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Making progress on getting the area dug out where the SLS will live. 

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Moving right along

 

gary

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Progress has slowed but I am glad to have gotten the posts set in concrete and sidewall boards secured before the rain. 

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This is really looking good.    Can't wait to see it go up.   Sure wish we had your awesome weather up here in the mountains.   I'm getting tired of the rain.   I'm ready for spring to start!    Keep up the good work!

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