Wednesday started out washing some equipment. Unfortunately, the key on the dozer we’d left drip dry over night broke when we attempted to start it. With no replacement part on hand I worked around it the best I could. Washing construction equipment is a dirty business. A nasty combination of dirty, clay, sand and
Category Archives: QBall’s Tales
Back in July of 2013 I took the kids to watch the mini rod tractor pull. Naturally I decided to take a few pictures. Well… Pictures turned into videos. I’m not one for keeping cool videos to myself so it was uploaded to my YouTube channel. For some reason I was looking at view counts
Having heard the stories about The Edmund Fitzgerald and it’s disappearance on November 10th, 1975 we’ve been talking about making a trip up to Duluth in November. So arrangements were made to get the trip put into our busy schedule. As luck would have it the weekend, Duluth and the majority of Minnesota is being clobbered by
Here I sit, contemplating the scenery before me, behind me, beside me, all around me. Simply enjoying life and some good ol fresh country air waiting for the floater to arrive so that I can unload this fertilizer. Life is good! – QBall45
Class 5c gravel is a wonderful alternative to class 5 gravel. What makes it different? The answer to that is simply C. C is for concrete which is crushed into an aggregate of suitable size and used in the place of natural aggregate. Class 5c gravel seems to pack more firmly than natural aggregates providing
Sometimes the view in the mirror just forces me to stop what I’m doing for a moment. Sometimes that momentary pause is required to simply enjoy the unbelievable beauty of the surroundings. Sometimes I find that I need to stop a second to actually comprehend the complexity of the visual stimulation of current situation I
This is my last load of asphalt in the paving machine for this year. The last load of the 2016 paving season ended up going back to the recycling pile to be crushed and recycled into new asphalt.
Friday morning was spent hauling away demolition debris from Firmenich which is a custom drying facility. They specialize in turning liquid ingredients into dry powders used in the food industry.
On Thursday morning a couple of us spent several hours hauling excavation materials out of the Schell’s Brewing Company. Honestly, I have no idea what the project was or what the finished job will look like. What I do know is that the view is always great when you are on the brewery property.