Dock Tales, Part 10 When our dock was ready, my next challenge was developing access. After Duke Energy dammed the lake 100 years ago, access to its shores branched off a state road curving around its steep hillside coves. The rare forested creek delta that I bought had evidently been a secret fishing, hunting, camping and partying destination for locals, who’d carved a rugged challenging path down to its beach. My goal was to fill in the path and build a safer one for my family, which now included grandchildren. My first step was to file a county building permit and hire a grader. – Chris Schroder, The 100 Companies
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Dock in Place, Then the Hard Work Begins - The Travel 100

Dock Tales, Part 10

When our dock was ready, my next challenge was developing access.

After Duke Energy dammed the lake 100 years ago, access to its shores branched off a state road curving around its steep hillside coves. The rare forested creek delta that I bought had evidently been a secret fishing, hunting, camping and partying destination for locals, who’d carved a rugged challenging path down to its beach.

My goal was to fill in the path and build a safer one for my family, which now included grandchildren. My first step was to file a county building permit and hire a grader.

Chris Schroder, The 100 Companies