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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by neversatisfiedj, Apr 15, 2007.
ok who did a rain dance for the Mid Atlantic ????
I am actually happy that i did not start working yet.. as bad as that sounds.
Any backyard that is tore apart has got to be one hell of a mess now.
Rain...It has snowed the past two weekends.
it has just passed us.....
holly cow... that thing was like a small tropical storm......
we are working on a paver patio/stairs, with pondless waterfall, etc...
goo thing we got all the pavers down saturday and glued everything down
Is that a Freudian slip? Cuz everything is gonna be goo after this storm moves through.
Josh, I don't wanna hear no whining about rain. It's snowing here
Go sledding Mark . I had a patio I was doing in clay. Every tmie I went on site to compact it was like a sponge. Finally got it all down Sat. Wheww. Now I just have to get the grading done when it drys out. I tried to start this job on March 17th. We have had bad weather ever since ! Starting another job this Sat. Hopefully the weather improves.
4" of snow last night, Turned into rain around 9 pm. Have a brook running down the road now. Hate to think if this was all snow.
sure rain can make things messy.
BUT......most rains are typically always followed by wind. Meaning things dry out in about 24 hrs.
We needed the rain that we got Sat night and on Sunday, as we hadn't had a decent, measurable rain in 3 weeks prior.
I "was" ready for my first day of work.
I don't want anymore snow