I was approached by the owner of my daughter's daycare about turning a small piece of land next to it into a garden. I will try to post pictures later in the week. The area is flat with alot of weeds. The problem is there is a small layer of gravel underneath all of the weeds. The weeds are no problem, as I can just run them down with my DR brushmower and blow the clippings over the hillside. My thinking was to then rototill the area to loosen up the gravel and the dirt. Then I was going to put the blade attachment on the DR and push the loose gravel and dirt over the hill. They are fine with me using the hillside for the debris. I was then going to use the rototiller again and add the top soil. Or should I scrap this idea and just create a raised bed out of railroad ties. My business is mostly mowing, so I would normally just turn down this type of work. But the lady is willing to knock big money off of my daycare costs if I can do this job. Thanks for any help.