Setting Boundaries

Setting-boundaries

Setting Boundaries

So we headed down to the farm to ensure that the cassava planting had been completed. Well for the most part it was, but there is always room for improvement :-).

So we’ve been dealing with the issue of setting clear boundaries for the farm. It appears to us that the boundaries keep moving…ok so what I mean is that the pillars and sign post used to demarcate where our farm begins and ends is not very clear. When you have a relatively small piece of land, every inch of space counts. So we set out to look for the original pillars.

DSCN2227 On the farm…DSCN2233 Contractor and my biggest investor 🙂DSCN2223

DSCN2241 See the man in the bush…WE FOUND THE PILLAR…but it appears that it was not in the original position. So we have to get the farm re-measured. Thankfully it’s not going to cost any money.

DSCN2243 Second sign post…same manDSCN2235 Not my farm….but still posing on it….haha…Thanks for stopping by 🙂

4 Comments

  • Gk wif u
    December 22, 2013

    Don’t really knw what I shld be looking @ in the pictures…U or the farm? Its kinda hard to decide? LolNice working, proud of you!

    Reply
  • Sangolana Babatope
    December 24, 2013

    Good Morning, How r u doing, nice reading ur blogs, being off for a while, dont know if u still remember me, we meet at Abira Foundation   Kind RegardsTope (08054132494/ 07033877137)

    Reply
    • Kofo Durosinmi-Etti
      December 24, 2013

      Hi Tope, Hope you are doing great. Compliments of the season! Thanks for your kind words.

      Reply

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