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Uh oh. Pea gravel?

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I have a deep and abiding hatred of pea gravel, especially since the people who owned this place before me brought in truckload after truckload of river rock and pea gravel :blink: working under the delusion, I tell you, that if they put river rock and pea gravel down, they wouldn't have to mow. :blink:

Well, I'm here to tell you that's just not true. :angry: In fact, all it really does is make mowing harder, especially when it all works its way down into the earth (which it will) and forms an impenetrable river rock / pea gravel layer, much like the impenetrable La Brea Tar Pits or whatever layer out there in California (if it's still there and they haven't just turned it into a strip mall).

So I say, BUCK IT UP! Ric Hollander, and accept that no amount of pea gravel is going to save you from having to mow! In fact, all it will do is cause you infinite pain and misery as it works its way into the earth and forms a dense, cement like layer impervious to jack hammers, backhoes, gophers, groundhogs and everything else.

Just. Say. No.

Singed: biscuit, hater of pea gravel. :angry: :angry:
 

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If you can burn where you are, I would go ahead and do that, MissJoy. It grows back really nice and green - and it kills ticks! :) :) :)

But ask for help if you've never done that before so you don't set the neighborhood on fire.

Biscuit had giardia at one point but I just can't remember for the life of me what I did.
 

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Hopefully, you know, I'm just trying to cause you some grief, Ric. :lol:
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Okay, I'm not. I really do hate pea gravel that much. :eek: :eek: :eek:
 
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