We’re a bit exhausted and Ibuprofen is our friend. 78-feeet of frontage chip-rock, from the lower walkway to the mailbox are now in-filled with river rock. We estimate that each Little Green Deathwagon loaded weighed about 210lbs (min.), and each wagon load was good for 1-foot (at about 4-feet deep) – the math is a but overwhelming.
The graphic has an illusion and is a bent in the middle, an artifact of the panorama-process I guess. In reality the street does not flatten out but maintains a constant incline such as on the left side of the picture, so we rolled a lot of rocks uphill. Owww! My elbows and wrists ache.
Also all the BIG rocks are removed from underneath the Redwood and most off the smaller gravels too – replaced by fluffy cedar mulch. Also the “stream” (drain)-edges are relined with those bigger rocks while the stream-bed now has a mix of smooth river-rock and rough gravels, taken from elsewhere. We only had to buy the cedar mulch, the rocks were already here… AND it’s been a year since we signed papers on the house! (But only since the beginning of November taken full residence.) PHEW! Maybe now I can go ridin’?