One thing that I should have mentioned before, the car the lady was driving is and older car. Maybe worth $2,000 ? Doesn't make any difference, but we're keeping track of expenses.
Still some work to do on the door frame, paint, plus hauling off the busted blocks and all.
If the new blocks are good and dry, I think Barb and Kim are planning on painting tomorrow.
Today makes a week since the crash. I'll tell you I was very lucky to pull the block man away from one job, have him come in and get my wall fixed so quickly. He did a good job and I appreciate that too.
I know the woman that he'd been working for, hope she's not mad at me. But the block man left here Monday, and back to the other job.
Talking about the blocks, I ordered 90 blocks, one pallet. On the invoice, the blocks were $3.25 or so? The blocks, mortar and sand, plus the $125 fee were a little over $500. That's total.
That's the thing about it, 2 weeks ago I didn't know I'd be building a block wall. One thing for sure, you can't afford to have 2 men standing around waiting on materials. But things worked out ok.