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Thursday, April 08, 2021

Better check that policy for sinkhole insurance


 

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  1. Sinkhole or cliff. You see this in a lot of coastal areas.

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  2. and now we know why the owner agreed to our bid.

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  3. And federal insurance bail out will pay to rebuild. And these folks are wealthy. The system is upside down. Its a stupid snow globe. Not sure it will be right side up in my life time.

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    1. Won't be right side up until Jesus returns.

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  4. https://youtu.be/7nqcL0mjMjw

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  5. Quick... plant some kudzu.

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  6. You'll see some area along the California coastal cliffs clad in concrete to help forestall the erosion. The trouble is that every barrier eventually has a edge or some other weak spot that begins to give way. I've even seen a barrier wall standing free and clear, the earth behind it eroded away, kept from falling only by a (blocked) drainage pipe at the top. Drainage failure behind the wall caused the erosion that killed the system.

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  7. That's coastal property or possibly river frontage.

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  8. There was a house on a hill in Spanish Fort Alabama, east side of Mobile Bay, that was hanging kinda precariously close to a wash out last time I was in the area
    JD

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  9. Hope his taxes went down every time the cliff gave way!!! grayman

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