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Well houses and wild hogs

October 31, 2010

It is ok for winter to come to Georgia now; insulation is up in the well house and some amount of freezing temperatures can now be tolerated. There are still some finishing touches to be done but practically speaking the project is 99% complete (paint not withstanding).

Unfortunately the entire span between the cabin and the well house was thoroughly rooted sometime in the last few days; this is shaping up to be worse than the winter of 2006-7 from the standpoint of hog damage.

The scene from in front of the well house:

And looking back up from the cabin:

What does this? Wild hogs move in and root up the ground looking for dinner – mainly roots, tubers and shoots just under the surface. But how?

Take a guess; to help you I’ve posted this clue, a close up of one of the guilty parties from 3 years ago:

Sigh…..

It looks like the hog wars are on again.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 31, 2010 11:50 pm

    Wow! They are even closer than they were. That sucks! Take the war to them Cohutt!

  2. Clay permalink
    November 1, 2010 8:20 am

    The well house looks great! Nice work.
    The hog damage is a problem……….looks like it’s time for the whole hog offensive once more.

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