We were super excited to take advantage of this glorious weekend outside, so while i got all my plants into pots, S conquered the mud pit where we store the trashcans. Initially we were going to put down stone, because nobody wants a mud pit. Well. Maybe mud wrestlers. Not being mud wrestlers or people who turn down free materials, we were happy when a coworker offered up brick pavers that he was getting rid of. Using them for the mud pit was the perfect budget friendly solution.
What becomes a mud pit when it rains.
Put sand down first, then lay your brick.
Not only is it incredibly loud, but it also kicks up a nice red dust on your neighbor's white fence. Sorry, neighbors! No worries, we just hosed it off easily.
Loving the no more mud pit!
Doesn't it look purty! How's that for a quick (and free) afternoon project?!
Anybody else work outside this weekend? Tackle your own mud pit? Ready to "shake it down, shake it down now?"
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