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2017-04-11 08:50 pm (UTC)
My gosh you've done an amazing job there! Have a beer and throw something tasty on that grill.
I love the crane; was that a local find or an internet thing? The chairs look very comfortable. Do you cover them? It doesn't rain much where you are, right?
Have you thought of putting down that grass-killing cloth and dumping cedar bark on the grass area you want to get out? (Drought friendly, also pest friendly, could be entirely the wrong thing.) Pavers or big stepping stones with tough ground cover are a great substitute for lawn, but keeping the interstitial plants going can be a bit of a PITA.
On the pea gravel migrating, I have a lot of that and it is THE WORST for getting caught in shoes and marking up the floors. The rounded, slightly larger river rock is better in the long term. I plan to get rid of the pea gravel someday---it's just not suitable for walking on, in so many ways.
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