Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Landscaping

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☆Flagstone Pathway☆

Flagstone pathway.
Flagstone pathway veiw from the deck.

Flagstone pathway
Pathway leading to pond.
Flagstone pathway
13 Flagstone I picked up from Habitat for Humanity.


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    1. Thank you Joseph for your reply! If you like this one, I would be interested in hearing how you like my newest post (Pond Maintenance and Landscaping update). Thanks again for the feedback.

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