I need some idea's on a easy walkway
Alison Maloney on Jun 14, 2017What is your ultimate goal? I think the easiest and most elegant is just find big flat stones- lay them on the ground in a pattern and dig around the shape. Move the stone - remove the grass or dirt within the shape- lay the stone in. If you can't do that -do gravel??Helpful Reply
Angela Geddes on Jun 14, 2017Pea gravelHelpful Reply
FL on Jun 14, 2017Easiest? Pavers. Just pre-made flat concrete stepping stones. Set on grass as is in a line on the walkway. Not as easy, but requires a bit of work is to sink into the ground so the top surface of the pavers is level to the ground. Good luck!Helpful Reply
Imp22013828 on Jun 14, 2017Either pacers played in a pattern. A person could slip on gravel.Helpful Reply
Laura on Jun 15, 2017Same as Allison said but I used the really big patio stones. But you have to make straight paths. Dig down same height as stone so you can mow over them.use 4 ft level to go from one to other to keep things level and side to side to keep path alignedHelpful Reply
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