This past weekend, Eric put me to work helping him weed and do general clean-up duty around the yard. He only has a small window of work time with me because once the mosquitos get bad, I am inside for the rest of the season!
On Sunday, we tackled the brick patio that had slowly been shifting due to a tree root growing where it wasn’t supposed to.
I will cause you and your guests to trip and fall. Ha! Ha!
a super-highway system of roots under the patio
Of course, the root coverage was a lot more expansive than we had originally thought so a lot of bricks had to come out. But, the bonus was finding a ton of earthworms and transferring them to my raised bed. Another bonus was that we could do all the work in the shade during this time of year.
hooray for hatchets and other sharp garden tools
Eric put his focus on the difficult task of fixing a sunken part of the patio near the house and one section in front of the grill while I put the main part of the patio back together. It’s not perfectly even, but it looks way better than it did and we are no longer tripping on the bricks.
smooth and (mostly) flat
A very satisfying weekend despite my snarky post title. :)