Summer of 2010, pouring the first 8 concrete tee pads.

photo Jeff Wiechowski

forms 5' x 8'

forms 4' x 6'

pouring hole 1

hole 1 poured

4 x 6 'ers poured

5 x 8 's poured

Hole 8. Brian Drislane, Ken Ruff, two others

Below:

Loading the slab for hole 6 onto the trailer with come alongs. Note pole used as roller.

 

Below, October 2010, 7 more concrete pads. Four 10-footers, two 8-footers, and a 4 x 6.

 

Below, hole 2 gets a 10-footer. October, 2010. "How the hell did you get that truck down here?"

Poured in place using bags of concrete. 23 bags 80 pounds each, almost filled form.

 

Hole 14 also gets a pour-in-place job from bags. November 2010. Also 10 feet long.

28 bags of concrete poured November 12, 2010. Mixed by shovel in wheel barrow.

 

Hole 4 and 5 get 10 foot slabs moved from parking lot:

 

Hole 9 gets an 8-footer moved November 30


In summary, from July to November, 2010:

hole 1 was poured in place by truck

2 and 14 were poured in place from bags

3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 16 and 18 were poured in parking lot by truck and moved

10, 13, 15, and 17 were poured in parking lot by truck, not moved yet

12 is not getting concrete


Update June, 2011

10 and 13 were moved.

The 10 footer intended for 15 was not used for 15 but was moved to old 17 instead

The small pad intended for new 17 will be left in the parking lot and used for motorcycle parking.

12 and 15 not getting concrete