So, anytime I am facing a dilemma or problem of some sort, I say to myself, “Self – you should ask the mockdockers what to do. They know everything.” Because there have been many times that I’ve asked y’all what to do in a certain situation, and one or more of you seems to have exactly the right answer.
So it’s time for another Ask The Mockdockers question.
Here’s the situation. We have a hole in our backyard. It’s a fairly large hole – about softball size, and it’s been there for years. It poses a danger, obviously, because it’s not something you generally see until you’ve already tripped over it.
Mr. Mock has tried filling it with dirt and simply growing grass over it, but almost overnight, it’s back. He once tried filling it with sand, but poured bags and bags in and it never got full. This sort of freaked us out, so we decided to see what would happen if we put the garden hose in there and turned on the water. You know what happened? We let water pour in there for like an hour, and it never even PUDDLED around the hole. It’s like a never ending hole to nowhere.
We have no idea what, if anything, lives in it, but we’re pretty sure something does, because it seems like an awful waste of time to create a giant never ending hole only to just leave it.
Do any of you have any ideas about what we should do to get rid of this hole? Do we call animal control or a landscaping company or pest control? We have no idea.
Has anyone experienced a never ending hole in their yard before? Help.