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Unread 10-01-2017, 05:27 PM
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Fantastic! Great pics... must have been a fun celebration there... and congrats!
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Tanks Flash. Was a blast. I put the El Camino in the shop last night and holy cow did that place get suddenly small lol.
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As far as the terra solution, I'm just not sure. I'd like to put down pavers but they're just huge money. .
Look for the guys doing pavers on the new homes. They paver a model homes entire front yard for people to pull in. They then remove them when they sell the model and they keep the used pavers. I had them do my 9K sq. ft. drive and lot at the shop and it was cheaper than concrete. All used pavers, so don't all match:

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Man those look so awesome. I love pavers. Their strong, modular, and clean looking. Great insight on the model home deal. I never knew they ripped em out.
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