End of the Road (or Driveway) Part III
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End of the Road (or Driveway) Part III

Ok, here's the recap. We're a group of retired and active National Park Service employees ("maintenance rangers') with different skill sets and skill levels. We work collectively on bigger projects such as this one. This job required about 6 yards of concrete of which some of us handled the initial demolition and forming, while others took care of the rest. David Wilkins (below) was the natural choice to finish this as he has done this a bunch of times as the park. He retired December 2012 but I'm really glad that he's still around with us. Semper Fi - Home Improvements - Home Repairs - Handy Man Help
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