Three trips to Home Depot yielded 100 gray landscape blocks, and 50 rectangular caps. I dug out part of the hill in order to flatten the path some, and then laid out the blocks and caps. Another trip to American Soil and Mulch to procure a yard of their compost blend garden soil to fill in the area on the house side of the path, and to prepare the back of the side yard to receive sod, and the weekend is over.
Obviously, I'm not done yet! I think we're going to do a gravel path here, some crush and run undernearth and then maybe a nice screened gravel on top. TBD!
Here's the pics...
|The back of the path will be finished off with sod.|
|A few of the path from the front of the house. On the right we're going to plant some hosts and shade loving ground cover.|
|A view of the path from the back yard. AGain, the area up front in the picture will be finished out with sod, and then the rest of the path will be gravel.|
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