Well, I started my first paver walkway project today. There was already a walkway in place, so I started to remove it and dig out the area of the new walkway. There is no cement dust, or gravel pack here, just dirt. The walkway that was there, was no done right. I've been reading up for quite sometime on this, and have done related, small projects. I have also watched it been done many times, but this is the first "serious" one I've done. The walkways will be six feet wide, with a 10 foot circle pack at the turn. One walkway will flair out, and blend into the circle patio, while the other blends out of the circle patio, and into the stairs. A couple questions I have are, so far I've dug down more than a foot and I'm still on mostly rocky loam. I've heard that I should always dig past the loam, and place the gravel pack on more sandy soil. Is this true? Also, what should I use for fabric in between the dirt and gravel pack? Will just reg. weed fabric do alright? Heres some pictures so far, any constructive critisism, suggestions, or tips are much appriciated. I'm going to finish digging, and start laying the gravel pack tomorrow, hopefully start the circle. I plan on getting that done first, then laying out the walkways. For pavers I'm going to use EuroPath Toulon in an antique gold color, with a slate gray boarder. Remember, in these pictures I'm not nearly done digging, which would explain the unevenness of the whole thing.