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Old 12-14-2011, 10:18 AM
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Originally Posted by professional View Post
You could do that bed at three courses and see what it looks like. Then remove a course and see what it looks like. It's a little extra work, but there's nothing like seeing what it looks like for real.
yeah that doesnt sound like a complete waste of time at all...

id go 2 courses high and set the first course about 5" under. You really dont want to much wall sticking out. Im really not a big fan on the homecheapo material so im kinda biased but i would go with a natural flagstone stack with mortar to hold them in place

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