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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by crab, Aug 24, 2007.
sorry i don't have before shots,this one turned out all right though.
nice .............................. rocks
Well........yes......hmmmm......whew...the ahh....ummm...what did the .....nevermind.
Is that an Ames wheelbarrow?
Nice clean job......detail guy huh?.....cape cod?
Different and natural looking. Show some better pics of the boulder outcropping.
What the hell are you trying to show us as far as hardscaping
well mike thats just not nice,i Guess you didn't see the giant stones in the first picture ,they didn't grow there ,cape cod ill never tell.cg thanks for not bashing me, i wish i had some paver's to show.!
I dont feel i was bashing just asking a question? Okey i see a few big rocks, but there is a lot of area too.
i didn't think you where bashing ,and i was't PO ,i should post some more pictures,this client is a artist ,glass worker so she wanted something she could work with ,and present her work in ,the different stone adds to that ,also i had a budget,we did a lot with the parameters we were given.there are 2 other walkways ,i just thought these pictures look nice,i haven't seen many new pictures ,and i didn't really feel they fit in commercial landscaping sorry! sorry about the spelling;.