Big Project, wore skin off fingers -ouch!

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Grn Mtn, May 16, 2007.

  1. Grn Mtn

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    Okay so this project is currently in construction and the first hardscape of the year. My plowing hands I guess weren't tough enough :laugh: I guess because I wore the skin right off the fingers on both hands:cry:

    I ended up putting 48 ton of crusher run #1 at an average depth of 12" +/-:weightlifter:

    The culvert had to go in to keep the town happy with the drainage from the neighbors yard.

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    I didn't use the lumber for screeding....

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    I love using the cutoff saw for scoring a line, then the tub saw for the final cut--see previous picture.

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