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How to Make a Crushed Rock Pathway

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Learn how to create a crushed rock pathway; includes details on layout, removing sod, landscape cloth, and installing flagstones.

In Gulfport, known as a part of the Mississippi coastal playground, Ron paid a visit to the home of Madolyn Robuck. As a sales representative Madolyn knows the importance of first impressions. Since her front yard would often be the first impression visitors get of her, she felt it could use some work. What she had in mind was a crushed rock pathway to replace the old blocks and worn grass that led from her front door to the driveway. Madolyn thought that crushed rock and flagstone conveyed a casual, more laid-back feeling than a more formal style walkway.

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