I'm thinking so too...the landscape looks eerily familiar. According to the person who passed the pics on to me, the soil colour is characteristic of the Hamilton/Burlington area. I didn't know Jeff did work on this side of the borderdonk said:I got a copy of these from a friend.
Must be in Southern Ontario someplace.
Here is the sequence of events as I imagine it...
Developer, "I can build this here same floorplan on any site! I bought these at the county fair six years ago and I ain't never had no complaints."
Builder "Wilbur, ma said you ain't supposed to drink with that there ackel bra-ce-lete on."
Cletus, "You ain't gotta hair, Wilbur. Taint no way you can build over yon lots. Hundered cash says ya ain't gotta hair."
...Six weeks later...
Realtor, "These homes have the latest self cleaning driveway"
Home Buyer's wife "I don't care if the next door neighbor went to Clemson too, we need to keep looking."
Home Buyer Male, "We'll take it! It has to be a good deal cause it is so screwed up. We'll never need to sell it. I'm gonna park the bass boat on this side-skirt, when I get one. Please honey....Pleeeeeeeese."
...Two weeks later...
Moving Van Guy to the Moving Van Truck Driver, "Dude, this thang got a Hemi?"
Neighbor to the east, "At least no one will being playing basket ball in the drive way until 10:00 pm"
Cross street neighbor, "Honey, park your old Accord across the street from the new neighbors. It is supposed to ice up tonight, and I feel like a new Honda is just one or two trips down their new driveway away."
Trick-or-Treaters, "Screw these two houses..."
Is anybody buying those houses? I could crack some Arkansas jokes and say that the grades aren't going to be a problem with everybody driving a monster truck there, but that's probably not the case. What was the developer thinking?jlong said:I was sent the same picture by the City of Fayetteville's city engineer. This subdivision is located in North Fayetteville. The developer has numerous houses in the subdivision like this.
Do you know the name of the developer or the subdivision? Are there other examples of the developers projects on the net. I'd love to see more pictures of his work.jlong said:I live in Northwest Arkansasand yes it does snow. I was sent the same picture by the City of Fayetteville's city engineer. This subdivision is located in North Fayetteville. The developer has numerous houses in the subdivision like this. The City is now trying to pass an ordinance to prevent this from happening again.