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Old 01-07-2008, 10:49 AM
Location: Northern Maine
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Zymer mentions:
"10 pounds of clay mud caked on my boots".

For those who have cellars with dirt floors there is a good remedy for it. first make sure your sump pump is at the low point. Then cover your floor with 4 mil or 6 mil plastic. Cover the plastic with crushed stone or pea stone. You'll never have muddy boots from your cellar again and your cellar will be dry. Damp cellars cause floors to rot from underneath.
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Old 01-07-2008, 03:33 PM
Location: Maine
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Originally Posted by Zymer View Post
They could not have failed to see me and notice that someone was there since every light in the place was on after having been practically abandoned for months. I fully expected that they would come up to the house and introduce themselves and, perhaps, inquire as to whether I minded the racket they were making. They did not.
I don't think I'd have gone across someone's property unless there was already a trail unless he waved me in. It wouldn't be because I intended to be rude but because I wouldn't have wanted to further intrude.
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