The Larger View

 

I am having trouble posting photos on this blog so for every photo I put in I must take one or two off. This has become a record for us of our project and I don’t want to “dismantle” it. It seems a bit odd to have this size limit and so I am awaiting some info on why this has occurred but in the meantime I pulled a few pictures so I could post these. We’ve had a great fall and are still working on projects but I won’t be posting about them until I sort it all out.

Stair 1 and 2 complete, 3 waiting for the front and the tread to be put into place

Stair 1 and 2 complete, 3 waiting for the front and the tread to be put into place

Almost all of the rock wall in the photo -- gives some perspective.

Almost all of the rock wall in the photo — gives some perspective.

Behind the rock wall -- fill in place.

Behind the rock wall — fill in place.

Ah yes -- the next retaining wall excavation and foundation commences. BUT it's just short -- only 20 feet long. Oh right -- it's 10 feet tall!! YIKES.

Ah yes — the next retaining wall excavation and foundation commences. BUT it’s just short — only 20 feet long. Oh right — it’s 10 feet tall!! YIKES.

 

Bernie

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5 Responses to The Larger View

  1. Patti says:

    That looks really lovely! You did a great job. (and to think our wheelbarrow played a small role!)

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  2. Lynette says:

    Looks great! I love it.

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  3. Jacquie Anderson says:

    Impressive!!! What a lot of work but beautiful! Way to go!

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  4. Janice says:

    LOVE the steps. Fabulous job you are doing. Pretty hot rock-splitter you have there, girl! Good job!

    We have a ladder if you need it to help you reach the 10′ mark on your ‘short’ retaining wall. We might even come with it to help out, if time permits. For sure we will be there to help you christen it!

    Love the posts – enjoy the process.

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  5. Karin says:

    Looks awesome! What a lot of work!

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