How can I make a temporary walkway to accommodate a wheelchair??
During our post Harvey home repairs my husband fell and broke his leg. He's now pretty much wheelchair bound. My stone path needs to become wheelchair friendly to enable him access to some of the backyard and visitation to his farm animals. I'm an avid diy-er (doing most of Harvey repairs myself), thinking something wood as cement structure is way out of my budget and skill set. The walkway would be coming off of a cement porch. Thanks for any suggestions!!
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