And next door? Our neighbor bought a bulldozer.
Yes, a bulldozer.
|The new 'dozer.|
In our driveway.
When I saw it being dropped off Sunday afternoon, I assumed he was renting it for a while to clear out the back of his property. Because who owns a bulldozer in the city?
Our neighbor, apparently.
The one we share a driveway with.
He lovingly covered it with a tarp after parking it at the end of the driveway.
|The dozer wrapped snug as a... bug?|
BestestHusband reports that our neighbor plans to clear out some stumps behind our properties before trailoring it up to Maine, where he owns a lot of land. Ok, that makes more sense. Rural Maine needs bulldozers. Residential Boston? Not so much.
|The view of the bulldozer from the bottom of the hill, where it needs to somehow get to.|
So I'm curious to see him in action. Because at the end of the driveway is that crazy steep sledding hill from earlier in the winter. The one with an unstable surface made mostly of decomposing wood chips. I'm sure gravity will make sure it gets down the hill. I'm not so sure this well-used bulldozer can make it up again.
I promise to take pictures if I catch him in action...
|Hyacinths in the front yard. A more rational springtime development.|
|Pretty purple star flowers. I have no idea what they're called...|
|Dutch tulips that BestestHusband brought back from Keukenhof. When they actually bloom, you'll have to look at more pictures.|