Started working on a proper shop in January, since we moved to this HOA neighborhood that is very unfriendly to shop activity. Plus, I need a place to fly my ultralight (not to mention finish building the dang thing). So, instead of renting out our old place, we sold it and bought 4 acres about 15 minutes from the house, in the central Texas hill country, right on a FANTASTIC twisty road. I paid a guy to dismantle my steel building garage and transport the materials up here, then erect it in a re-configured bigger hangar/shop/storage with a small office and basic bathroom. Clearing the land didn't go well, as far as the dork I paid to bulldoze it. He went thru the front gate, started in on the road, then inexplicably took a right turn and cleared a nice road for the neighbor. After that, he just randomly dozed stuff and piled it willy-nilly. When I pointed out he departed from the pre-agreed, GPS-checked layout, he basically told me to take a hike and left without finishing, even though he was paid in full. I cleared the ACTUAL road between the yellow lines by renting a Bobcat and doing it myself. The neighbor's free road (at my expense) is on the left. The Bobcat was fun to use once I got the hang of it. I leveled out a spot for the building slab... Repaired the disaster the bulldozer left, and cleared a 420' runway that I'll plant with native grass that will survive without watering.