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Friday, April 30, 2010 ? 8:03 PM 0 Comments
Our Backyard Progress Part II

Hey everyone, been flat out doing the backyard so we are trying to get things done before it gets muddy and wet in the winter months.

Image below shows brick paving to keep the dirt separate from the gravel area, then builders plastic to prevent weeds coming through.

After laying some concrete block pavement for foot steps we dropped the gravel in the canalized section. We also leveled the surrounding dirt areas.

Lawn seeds started growing within five days.

Finished "Y" shaped foot path.


I know, the backyard is very messy, but we have hired a $200 bin and all the rubbish is finally GONE, as of today...Yippeeee.

These images also shows our footpath towards the garage in which we walk a lot.


Next post will be the finished backyard blitz.

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