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Thursday, June 26, 2008


Drilling a well for a sump pump installation.    Drilling a well for a sump pump installation.

Fraser has returned with his crew that will drill a well for a sump pump installation. This is done “the old fashioned way” digging a hole and inserting a cartridge that is “drilled” down by the men turning a weighted cross bar.

Drilling a well for a sump pump installation.

Keli at work.

Keli is drawing a lower half of a door jamb with evidence of several recarvings. She must examine it carefully in order to follow the various outlines made at different eras.

Keli at work.

 

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