Cutting a Legal Road


The beach land we bought to build seasteads did not have a legal road to it.   It took many months of negotiations, lawyers, surveyors, and government filings to get this sorted out legally.  Then we had to cut the road, which was the fun part.   Here are some pictures.


First a before picture.   Behind the bush on the left is a tennis court.


We removed the bush and the fence and now you can see the tennis court.


On the far side I cleared bush so we could drive through.  Then Tuss used that saw to cut a line in the concrete on the new property bound.

Then a hammer broke up the concrete on our side of the bound.

Then waste is loaded onto truck and taken away.

Then it is possible to drive through.

Thanks to Tuss and my boys!

You can see where on the map this is.  This is the South-East corner of the lot toward the main road.