In reference to the Trench post yesterday, Steve asks in comments:
If you don't mind, would you share pictures? Steve
Sorry, Steve, I didn't think about taking photos during the dirt work. But, it's rather straight-forward, and YouTube is awash in trech videos. In the past I have used what we locally call a Ditch-Witch, which uses a gasoline engine to cut a trench 6" wide and maybe 3' deep. This machine was smaller. It cut a trench 3" wide and a max depth of 18".
I didn't go that deep. I only cut to just below sod depth. Maybe six inches max. Then, I installed 1" PVC with the ethernet cable inside. Then, used a sweeping curve to come out of the ground and take the cable into the shop. I then used some strapping to secure the conduit to the building, cut a hole in the wall, and used some Great Stuff to seal the conduit into the wall. Then, hooked the router t the ethernet cable, plugged it in, and let it go through its opening ceremony. Voila! The shop has internet.