OK! She's officially back in her proper parking spot!
She didn't drive all the way around my house, she managed to get it to the horse shoe part. Which I'm very glad about because my propane tanks are back there and the guy came and filled them this morning! She still had to back the car up back there right by them though. I'll go out in a bit to take final damage pics. One of the men has a shovel and is filling in the ruts already.
They've already had a bucket out washing the mud off her wheels. (I've seen that lady washing her car with intense precision
) I wonder if they were so caked from her spinning yesterday she wasn't getting any traction from them?
Oh and Mooch is calming down. She was hiding from all the noise they were making. Poor baby.
Originally Posted by GailC
I think the only way that car should come out is with a tow truck. But the car is small enough that a few guys should be able to push it out too.
You know I do landscaping and may have some suggestions for you!! Let me know.
The two men did do some pushing and that I think is what moved her the most. I hope the lesson is learned here!
I'll definitely ask for some ideas come spring. I may need to measure the land area to be sure whatever I plant can survive there. The park had these evergreens planted along the road side where the park boarders a regular residential housing neighborhood and they grew up so big next to each other they started dying and you couldn't see down the road right. It looked awfully unkempt too. The cut a bunch of them down last year and then planted new baby ones. Some of which died immediately; others were blown right out of the ground in a bad storm. We had baby trees up and down the roads here, one even was sticking out a car window that had been broken. What a shame.