Damn, digging a hole here is hard! When they built this community six years ago, it started as an empty rocky desert. Well that desert still exists just below the surface. Two x Two hole, Three feet deep? Not here, though I probably got at least two feet deep. Another pitfall I had to be careful about was all of the fairly large rocks crashing back in on the bottle. Finally, I put the mulch back on it, all in less time than it took for my wife to blow dry her hair. And the rain that's coming down now should make it look like there was never a hole dug today. Perfect timing.
|Evidence Gone. Treasure Map Made.|
This post is dedicated to another member of the #FlaBrew Twitter crowd, Crazy Cat Lady Amie up in Gainesville. She's a home brewer and lover of great beers. And she actually offered to flirt with any arresting officers to try to help me beat any trouble I might encounter during this burying process. Luckily, it never came to that!
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