Well after years of fighting heat and dogs to try and keep a lawn green I gave up. A few weeks back I brought my tractor home and pulled out the grass. Now today I removed some concrete that was not poured right and started forming for new concrete. The plan is to make a sidewalk around the yard and install fake grass in the middle. No more maintenance.ImageUploadedByHome Repair1406693471.805612.jpgImageUploadedByHome Repair1406693485.714782.jpgImageUploadedByHome Repair1406693495.315907.jpg
Got a little more work done today.ImageUploadedByHome Repair1406778580.551421.jpgImageUploadedByHome Repair1406778593.480112.jpgImageUploadedByHome Repair1406778606.830179.jpg
took the clip down. Hope it was good for a laugh.
(never was at your backyard bar, but I would miss it)
looking good Chris. Can't wait to see the putting green.
I can't wait to have no dirt.
I don't know if you were aware, but most cities/counties in So Cal are providing $2.00 a square foot rebates for removing water consuming grass.
I figured that out after I killed it all.ImageUploadedByHome Repair1406829070.806512.jpg
I like dirt and rock. I would put in nice rocks instead of fake grass. Unless you are making a putt-putt golf course?
I like that too but cleaning dog poo out of gravel is the worst. I don't plan on living here too many more years so I want easy and in this area this will be a huge selling point.
We are putting the base down now for the lawn.ImageUploadedByHome Repair1406834953.951870.jpgImageUploadedByHome Repair1406834963.660426.jpg