Truck

One of the November words is "truck". This guy was bring in a load of decorative rock for the house next door that they are building. Hopefully, it will be finished soon. There are so many under construction, it is causing a lot of frustration with the people that are living here because it is upsetting their daily life. I am trying to remain calm as I know it is not a permanent situation.
That's a BIG truck!
posted November 16th, 2018  
I worked over twenty years for a lumber yard and this brought back memories.
posted November 16th, 2018  
Lovely candid capture Henri, construction is a fleeting time when you consider how long those completed homes will last, simply years and years:)
posted November 16th, 2018  
You are very patient! Very wise to recognize the photo ops that you get from the construction too
posted November 16th, 2018  
Great shot -- and a huge truck
posted November 16th, 2018  
It is amazing how fast they do build the houses, really. Maybe with any luck they will be through by Christmas. Here’s hoping!
posted November 16th, 2018  
Cool shot and I agree with you when you say it is not permanent, so I guess it is just good to be patient
posted November 17th, 2018  
Somebody's looking for their new house to be completed! Hopefully you'll get wonderful neighbors and they'll invite you in to see the finished project!
posted November 17th, 2018  
Good catch for the monthly word! I'd have a hard time with constant construction- I'm not good with noise. I think your patience will pay off though when all your new neighbors move in.
posted November 17th, 2018  
Nicely composed.
posted November 17th, 2018  
A great composition and shot. There is nothing worse than living next to a building site. We were in the middle of two! So much noise and dust, people in and out all the time. It was quite awful. Fortunately they finish at some stage :-)
posted November 17th, 2018  
It is annoying, but I love the sound of saws. We've had our main road under construction for 2 years, so I understand. They will finish our one mile section soon, but are just going on down the road...
posted November 17th, 2018  
@joansmor Then there would be lots of memories for you in our neighborhood as we see a lot of trucks bringing in wood for the framing.
posted November 17th, 2018  
@louannwarren No way. It usually takes 6 to 8 months for them to finish. We are hoping they will be finished within a year. At least in the bulk of the.
posted November 17th, 2018  
Nicely captured
posted November 17th, 2018  
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