Having an older, cheap house means finding a lot of previous work that is sub-standard. The electrical service to the garage comprised of a wire running just a few inches under the ground from the house. There was no conduit or anything, just wire. Yikes! So, since I was digging things up anyway, I figured this would be a good time to run some extra PVC conduit to run the electrical service through.
Of course while I was doing all that hard labor, Oliver was supervising from a safe distance.
Although, every so often, he made his way over for a closer inspection of my work.
Digging the trench was actually the easiest part of this project. The next part was the part I was looking forward to the least. The conduit would go under the back porch, which means crawling in there.
The porch is accessed through this little door. Inside there are about ten thousand spider webs.
This section is right under Oliver's back porch. It was accessed not long ago, so the spider webs are under control.
However, this section, is under the back porch landing. I've never gone under there and very much did not want to! This is where the ten-thousand spider webs were waiting for me.
Thankfully, I didn't have to fight the spiders without assistance.
Oliver to my rescue!
Oliver decided to do some up close supervision.
Oliver, meowing orders to me.