The Sawdust Path
Nobody likes trekking mud into the house, especially if you have to go in and out ever so often to tend to your garden and water your plants. So, it occurred to me to make a sawdust path.
Seeing that I had two and a half bags left over from my procurement at ARC Manufacturing, last week. I used one bag to transform the path from a muddy mess.
Just over the border, you can see that I am still waiting on the grass to fill in.
Gardening sure teaches patience.
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