What’s Around Your House You’d Get Rid Of, To Help Fill Potholes?
We asked, and you answered.
JR Chase posted a video that he shot while driving down the middle of 152 from Hartland to Pittsfield. Down the middle because both sides of the road are potholes after potholes.
Be safe out there.
The weather this year has been mild followed by cold followed by mild and that really creates havoc with asphalt. The constant expansion and contraction, well you know, you are driving over potholes too. Or around.
If the police see people weaving as they are driving, they might not assume you've been drinking but that you're dodging potholes.
The road crews are doing the best that they can, but there seems to be more damage in 2022 than ever before.
We asked about what stuff you've got around the house that could fill potholes and got some great answers.
First, a couple of ladies responded with My Husband.
No pothole on that road any longer. Good work.
Not sure about your living condition Kathy when your answer is Goat Turds, but we'll try anything. Bet this guy could fill a pothole or two
Lots of ice available here. Take it please
Not sure how it would be to drive on, but skating would be another story.
That snow that's piled up on the sides of, well, every road in Maine. Angela has a thought on where to put it.
Jodi is looking to get rid of her washing machine and has seen potholes that are big enough to take it.
Imagine how the roads would smell if they used Wicklow Custom Homes suggestion of coffee grounds. And what else do you do with them?
Thinking of the after-effects of not being able to dodge every pothole we drive across, Mark suggested
Bent Rims, Ball Joints and Tie Rods
Melanie has an idea.
Bills. I've got plenty of those. Could probably fix all of Waterville
Tim has an idea.
Personally, I started a project that was put on hold during the pandemic. I was going through a closet or two and a dresser too getting rid of T-Shirts and Shirts I never wear.
The shirts are no longer in dressers or closets. They are on the bed in the guest room. Thankfully nobody has been to stay the night in some time.
We kid, but the pothole situation is anything but fun this year. Thanks to the road crews that are out doing what they can, only to repeat the process day after day.
A final word from Tim Cotton and Bangor Police Department's Facebook page about potholes