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Burying my money!

 This is our backyard......the result of many years of hard work.
 It looked nothing like this before we moved in......there was no lawn at all
 No perennial garden bed.......just a bunch of trees & jungle overgrowth
Under this ugly spot right here is our septic tank which has been giving us problems.  We just found out we need a new leach field.  We have a huge forever wild area behind the shed you see in the first picture...great place for it right?  


It leads down to a stream so it can't be there.

 It has to be in this area here where there is lawn & garden beds.  They are trying to come up with a plan that will cause the least about of destruction!!!! 

I want to scream!

 I just finished this little garden.

If you  need me I'll be digging a hole to bury my money!


  1. Oh no! I confess I had to google what you were talking about, we have city sewer here but it happened to my Sista from another ain't pretty or fun. I'm so sorry and your garden is gorgeous.


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