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    Quote Originally Posted by "G" View Post
    Don't go....He wants you to dig a 100 ft. ditch for his drain pipe
    He ain't kidding, c'mon down. Ain't no snow here. But still, please don't forget your shovel!

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    Drain pipe? Just dig a trench and fill with sand.

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    A thought? If sandy soil in Florida, you can use a rototiller. Remove outer blades and let her go in the right direction. It will/may do most of the hard work for you. Or, be lazy like me and nicely ask a bunch friends to help.

    Actually did something similar in the North Alabama clay. Didn't get quite as deep as I needed but made the job much simpler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canebreaker View Post
    Drain pipe? Just dig a trench and fill with sand.
    What would be the point. Its all sand here anyway.

    And yes spaceman that would work. But I left the rototiller in Illinois. I know exactly where its at. About 1000 miles away. Maybe I just buy a new one. I was gonna rent a trencher. We'll see, have to wait for the back to get better before I can do anyrhing anyway.

    And canebreaker, I was very surprised how fast sand can get saturated. And how fast the buckets of water can fall down here. Its like a hurricane sometimes, wait, what, it is!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slab View Post
    What would be the point. Its all sand here anyway.

    And yes spaceman that would work. But I left the rototiller in Illinois. I know exactly where its at. About 1000 miles away. Maybe I just buy a new one. I was gonna rent a trencher. We'll see, have to wait for the back to get better before I can do anyrhing anyway.

    And canebreaker, I was very surprised how fast sand can get saturated. And how fast the buckets of water can fall down here. Its like a hurricane sometimes, wait, what, it is!!!!
    Hurry and borrow a neighbors rototiller for BAMAS (Lee) to use before he leaves
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    Just rent a trencher. Lots of fun keeping it straight. lol But very fast. Just make sure you call who ever you supposed to call before you dig. Don't want to cut through anything.
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    Looks like good fish habitat to me. Just drill some holes add weight and drop in the lake . The minnows and crayfish will enjoy their new home.


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    He has 6 in pipe.......now watch the gewber go rent a 4 inch trencher
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    Quote Originally Posted by "G" View Post
    Don't go....He wants you to dig a 100 ft. ditch for his drain pipe
    Sounds like he needs to rent a Ditch Witch. I ain't digging anything with a shovel. I hate snow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slab View Post
    What would be the point. Its all sand here anyway.

    And canebreaker, I was very surprised how fast sand can get saturated. And how fast the buckets of water can fall down here. Its like a hurricane sometimes, wait, what, it is!!!!
    I still have some 40 buckets to remove from the drip of the house as soon as it melts enough to pour down the hillside.

    Run the tiller a few inches deep then rake back for shallow run offs.

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