This past fall, I removed all of the landscaping in front of my house. It was overgrown and we were having new windows installed, some of which would have been impossible to get to with the landscaping in place. What remains of the beds needs to be cleaned up and leveled. More importantly, during the landscape removal, we discovered that a previous owner had used river rocks as a ground cover. If you're not familiar, river rocks are 2"-4" smooth rocks. So, in addition to the leveling, these need to be removed. What is the best tool for this job? Thinking of renting a york rake to remove the rocks and break up the soil, then hand rake to level. Thoughts? Is there a better tool for the job, especially working in such tight quarters close to the house? Maybe a Toro Dingo attachment or something? Thanks.