Yesterday, John Mosier of Buzy Bee Excavating delivered “a whole lot” of the sandy fill material from the “hill” next to the NOAA Pacific Fleet Operations Center in Newport. The huge mound of sand that was created from the construction and is affectionately known as Mt. NOAA. We are certainly doing our part in making that mountain into a mole hill.
The waterproofers will be back tomorrow to finish their job. Then I’ll be using Dozy to berm up as much material as I can. Next week, John will bring his big excavator to lift material over the shell to fill in the South side.