Photos of Naturist Legacy's early success
11. Two concrete sewage holding tanks are installed
After obtaining a permit from Manitoba
, two 1500-gallon concrete sewage holding tanks were installed
at Naturist Legacy Park by
in mid-June. A large hole was carefully excavated and leveled before the
tanks from D&L
Concrete and Fiberglass Ltd.
arrived. After the first tank was lowered into the ground, an
adjoining hole was excavated for the second tank. The tanks were connected
together before they were covered over. Three ABS sewer pipes were positioned
to service the yet-to-be-constructed washroom building, clubhouse and RV
sanitary dump station. Excavated sand displaced by the tanks was loaded
onto a truck and transported to a nearby storage area. The work site was
left clean, level and safe. I cannot say enough good things about CLD Excavating
owner Peter Jakabek and his crew. The workmanship was meticulous, the pricing
was reasonable and the customer service was simply outstanding! Peter had
noticed that we had been digging out large boulders by hand that were obstructing
our roads. Before leaving our property that day, he took pity on us and
very kindly dug out these boulders with his big excavator. This gracious
act saved me and other volunteers many hours of hard labour. Thank you,
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I drove through this gate for the last time
on June 22, 2016. An important new chapter in the history of Naturist Legacy
Inc. and Naturist Legacy Park would begin the next day.