Crawling under houses to bolt the house to the foundation is most definitely not a glamorous job. And it can from time to time involve digging. When we replace the concrete foundation it involves us having to jack the house up, secure it, and dig…a lot. We have to destroy and dig out the old concrete foundation only then to dig a trench around the house for the new foundation. This trench can be anywhere from 9 to 12 inches wide and 18 to 24 inches down.
I know you’re thinking to yourself, “That sucks.” And yes it does.
But every once in a while we find buried treasure. It’s kind of like being a modern day pirate (with a little less rum). But in our case we never know what we might find.
Today I was digging my ass off like a mole being chased by a rabid dog (not like a pirate because I like to change it up from time to time) and I stumbled upon something very interesting. (See Photo)
These two items were buried side by side about 5inches below the ground surface. Three thoughts came to my mind.
One, how long have they been here?
Two, how did they get here?
Three, what happened to the child that was playing with the Lego’s?
I have plenty of time while digging at work to come up with scenarios of what “might have happened.” I would love to hear other people’s thoughts on the subject. Have fun with it.
In the meantime, I’ll keep digging.
I AM a Purple Dino Type