Creeslough, co. Donegal
Some underground work again? I wish they could have planned ahead...nice new header, Bill.
Tricky driving skills. God bless.
Never seen this.
You will have to go back and find out!
Good idea, I should say that to my country too.
Siempre hay ideas muy buenas, que aportan una buena solución.
Gosto do novo visual do blog.Um abraço e boa semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Hi Bill.They are hard at work.Greetings from Patricia.
I see they have determination. Nice, work Bill. Love the header pic too!
At least they have sense to protect the home owner's property.
One big vehicle.
That’s a great idea. I’ve never seen that done before.
Wonderful photo in the header of the blog. It seems a hard work. I’ve never seen that done before.
I think those tires are to protect the asphalt? Have a wonderful day Bill:)
An ingenious idea.
Loved the new header...a brisk day by the look of the whitecaps! Yes, wondering what the big machine was up to!
I like your new header.A very hard work.
They must be going to dig a very large hole with that equipment.
That is a huge piece of equipment for such a small space.P.S. That new header photo is stunning.
Bill, lovely header photo. It is a calming seascape. The track hoe must be there to dig a hole. It is large, powerful machine best used for large holes.
Eesh! Those treads really would/will do a number on that asphalt.
That is smart thinking! I assume that the header is a view from the new place, Bill!
I have never seen that.Like the header!
Move Along Sunny Boy, We Men Have Some Work To Do Cheers
We have a lot of construction around here so I've seen these kinds of machines before.
If you find out what they were doing let us know please.
Wow that is huge. Won't take long to dig a hole with that!! The tires seem like a great idea!
Uy que maquina mas grande. Te mando un beso
That's is good of them to protect the sides of the house there.Perhaps they are going to dig in the backyard.
Wow. I haven't seen that before.
Looks like they're going to dig a huge hole with that equipment!Happy Wednesday, Bill.
Strange, normally the tyres aren't need for these vehicles!
That machine looks huge!All the best Jan
Obra em progressão... gostei de ver!Um grande abraço!Ana