Hey guys, you all might remember a thread I started about completing a gravel road on a property. Thanks to your help, I finished the project without any problems and it turned out pretty well. Finals start next week and I have some time off, so I figured I would post some pictures so you could see how it turned out. Feel free to critique it and give me any new ideas on how it could have been better. To give everybody a little background on the project, I had to go through and cut down all the overgrowth on the sides of the road and hills, cutting down a few trees in the process. We then brought in a S250 and regraded a large portion of the road, helping with some drainage issues. Then we brought in 80 tons of 3/4" gravel, for around 600 ft. of road. There was still another 1100 ft. of road that we didn't do at this time because the client just wanted to clear up the entrance. We used the S250 the next couple days to clear out property and move around some dead trees. The property is 8 acres in one of the nicest neighborhoods in Knoxville, the road is simply a way to navigate around the property while it is for sale.