The Would-Be Farm: Rock the Steps
After some thought, we decided against doing our own concrete work. The guys managed to dig, gravel, and move the concrete by wheelbarrow from where the 'rete truck backed into Jeff's velvet field of green in a single day.
(PS, it took us only a week or so to fill those ruts and overseed the area with clover. The scars on the field are nearly invisible.
I meant to just put a couple of flagstones into the ground, but then the stones started piping up and the hill was asking for more...
10/31/2021 09:40:21 pm
yall have really fixed the place up. Nice stone work!
11/5/2021 09:00:32 am
11/27/2021 10:01:04 am
Yep, ditto Greg's observation. Steps look great! Stones are a never ending bounty. The earth seems to give more each spring. Get a stone boat and build a dry wall next...
11/30/2021 10:36:30 am
Thank you! The temptation for moving rocks is pretty much only limited by the mileage on my physical plant...It's self-limiting, but I do covet more rock structures...a wall, a little root-cellar, inset stepping stones from hither to yon...
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