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Old 05-20-2009, 09:08 PM
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Leave it to horse person to irrigate their arena but have buildings up on blocks with no foundation. Its all about priorities I guess.
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:16 PM
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Leave it to horse person to irrigate their arena but have buildings up on blocks with no foundation. Its all about priorities I guess.
Ok, you ride and train in a dry arena and see how fun it is..

And whats wrong with a building up on blocks?
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:18 PM
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A mile all together!? Ba, thats nothing! Hows 37 miles of just electric in Dads best year, anything from primary to services to the house, I couldnt imagine how many miles Dad and his crews installed all together(drainage, and utilities total) in that year.

What were you doing with the dozer?

and why are you bring dirt in?

btw, I think you should bring in an old bucket or two, the daewoo and say your setting up shop!
I'm not a electrician so I don't care how much wire I put in the ground haha.

I was grading out a spot for the trucks, we are hauling in about 70 loads to fill in a low area to build a riding circle for the horses.
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:18 PM
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And whats wrong with a building up on blocks?
As long as the cars/trucks are on blocks too, it's all good.
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:20 PM
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Leave it to horse person to irrigate their arena but have buildings up on blocks with no foundation. Its all about priorities I guess.
Did you notice that 6x6 post leaning against the building to brace it up LOL.
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:22 PM
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As long as the cars/trucks are on blocks too, it's all good.
Its even better if the grass is tall enough so you cant see them torn apart..
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:24 PM
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I'm not a electrician so I don't care how much wire I put in the ground haha.

I was grading out a spot for the trucks, we are hauling in about 70 loads to fill in a low area to build a riding circle for the horses.
He's not, well, then he wasnt.. Its just amazing imo..
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:36 PM
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Ok, you ride and train in a dry arena and see how fun it is..

And whats wrong with a building up on blocks?

OK Jr.

I grew up a member of the AJQHA and then AQHA. I showed horses through out North Dakota, and Minnesota. I also team roped through out high school.

I have eated so much arena dust that my pooh would sound like a rock hitting the bottom of a porta potty.

Its called manning up. Eating arena dust is right of passage.

As far as whats wrong with a building on blocks? Nothing I guess, we here in God's Country prefer foundations. Y'all down there do as you please.
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Old 05-20-2009, 09:40 PM
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I'm not a electrician so I don't care how much wire I put in the ground haha.
I worked for a crooked electrician who did a government project and charged by the linear meter of conduit and fiber optic lines, he dug holes to coil some more up while digging through the remote sections in the bush and told everyone he dug some boulders out of the side of the trench.

No one found any boulders laying around, not to mention there wasn't even a pebble to be found either.
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OK Jr.

I grew up a member of the AJQHA and then AQHA. I showed horses through out North Dakota, and Minnesota. I also team roped through out high school.

I have eated so much arena dust that my pooh would sound like a rock hitting the bottom of a porta potty.

Its called manning up. Eating arena dust is right of passage.

As far as whats wrong with a building on blocks? Nothing I guess, we here in God's Country prefer foundations. Y'all down there do as you please.
well, we must be sissies, cause it sucks imo.. I wish the place I rode and helped out had it, but it doesnt, oh well..

God must like rocks and taters if thats "gods country,"

And you must be pissy, cause you've taken just about every smart ass statement I've made tonight serious.. Must be all the CAT is better talk that CC is throwing around..
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