The Rice Field Project Part 7 : Our land has grown

Chanot poles for your land in Thailand

As part of Living in Thailand, the Rice Field Project follows our journey of buying land and preparing it for building our house. This is part 7, to read the other parts click Rice Field. We bought the first plot of land in September 2017. The extra plot of land was bought in November 2017. 

As you might remember when we bought the land it had a full chanot but no chanot poles as they would get lost anyway at a rice field. So we requested and did  get chanot poles. See Getting Chanot Poles. This was done about 1 month ago and today we did finally receive confirmation of the chanot poles. And to our surprise our land has grown a bit. To be exactly with 1 tarang wha or 4 sqm. This is officially confirmed by change of the chanot paper and with an official addition of the chanot paper with the land design and chanot pole numbers. This was the 7th part of our ongoing Rice Field Project, to read the other parts click on the tag Rice Field.

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