You ask if the address is visible from the road, the answer: "No, we're back in the hollow. Third house in..." Except 'hollow' is pronounced 'hollar'... You get out of the van and the first thing you hear is: "Don't pet the dog; she was just in the creek. That's why she can't come in the house." 'Creek' is pronounced 'crick.' The house is a trailer falling off its cinder blocks. WTF is in the creek that the dog can't go in the trailer falling off its cinder blocks?!? Actually, the customer had removed the skirting in the key areas and already predrilled holes for me. Piece of cake. Turns out the creek is crazy dirty and the trailer, despite no stable foundation, was cleaner than my house. First impressions aren't always correct!