The Case Of The Disappearing Yard

Things change whenever we go outside thanks to the ongoing construction project, but now we are faced with the case of the disappearing yard.

I don't think this will work, Hu-Dad - the case of the disappearing yard
I don’t think this will work, Hu-Dad

With predictions of an impending snowfall Sunday and cold temperatures for days resulting in a slow melt, our construction workers made a desperate effort to cover their work area. They need to start placing pavers, but that can’t be done in muddy conditions. Will it work? Who knows? But the tarps have created a slight challenge for us which we’ve labeled the case of the disappearing yard. P.S.—Our Hu-Dad reminds us that plenty of exposed yard exists for us, but we still like to gripe about this part.


  1. Jean Burkhardt on January 16, 2022 at 10:16 am

    I would love to see when the dogs are LOOKING for a good place to do their BUSINESS!!! Of course they will look on the tarp rather than the exposed yard!

  2. HokiePack on January 16, 2022 at 8:08 am

    Watch out Boom likes those tarps to go boom!

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