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Nancy Jean 22 Mar 13
It only looks like sketchy driving but I know a secret path
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Jennifer Miller 29 May 11
Woah.
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Bradley. 7 May 13
Nothing more boring than learning how stones are lifted by expanding ice
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Stiebel 12 Jan 14
Replying to @TorontoStar
Will the city patch-up missing oil pans from 18 inch drops into the asphalt?
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Matt 1 Mar 16
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FrostHeave 8 Jun 17
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chil ☯ puppy 12 Jul 14
Anonymously lionise Amulius; dubitatively.
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Samantha Dec 27
'Tis the season to appreciate - ho, ho,ho!
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Jean Hendrickson 3 Apr 15
Mother Nature decided I needed to redo my landscaping by the lake.
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Deb 🐢🐢 20 Sep 13
Blood running down onto compression sox is a badge of honor, right? in sidewalk
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Christopher Long May 13
Those types of concrete, bricks, & masonry would never stand up to MN winter.
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Josh Gerber 9 Apr 14
Might have jumped the work truck a little hard when the wipers lift off hahaha oopps
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Bob Porter  19 Mar 15
Peat Soils and Frost don't play nice together!
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CBS 4 Apr 16
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Randall L Simpson Sep 7
Replying to @NDSUnic
Two seasons in that town.......winter and road construction.
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Mudvillian McManus 8 Mar 15
I drove over a so big it turned on my windshield wipers.
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Tom 24 Jan 17
THIS is why foundation footings must be below the frost line:
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Epp Concrete 23 Jan 17
is a condition that causes a foundation to move upwards, leading to structural damage.
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TheYellowSub Concord 4 Feb 15
in front of our door. be careful when you stop by.
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Epp Concrete 24 Jan 17
When temperatures drop below freezing, moisture in the soil beneath a home freezes and expands.
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