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Old 06-04-2003, 05:56 PM
conepile conepile is offline
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Royal brassfield is the stone. I have about 10 tons of it.

Darwin is right about The Stone Center. I seem to go there about every two weeks now.

Evan528: Thanks. My wife and I installed everything but the pool. It just seemed funny using my laborers at my own place, and financially not the best use of them, so we just sweated it out ourselves.
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Old 06-05-2003, 12:07 AM
gslam88 gslam88 is offline
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Guys

Here is a pic of the most natural stones that I could use.... the ones that came out of the hole for the pool.... acutually broke the bucket of the 5 yard payload putting one of them in place......


sorry that the water fall is not on in the pic... still trying to get the pool open ... several broken pipes elbows and valves due to hairline cracks...



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