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Cinder block creek crossing stepping stones

making creek steping stones with cinder blocks

Anchoring down these cinder blocks has our creek crossing feeling twice as stable as before.

It's a project we've been putting off for years.

I still doubt if we get any trick or treaters this year brave enough to hike across the creek, through the woods, and back to our trailer for a piece of candy.

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You two are as likely to get trick or treaters as I am. It does not bother me a bit that I don't have to purchase candy.
Comment by Sheila Tue Oct 18 21:07:21 2011
Means more candy for you, right?
Comment by anna Wed Oct 19 07:53:22 2011
Everyone who actually makes it to the trailer deserves a treat, I think. ;-)
Comment by Roland_Smith Wed Oct 19 17:31:14 2011
Good thing the people who make it out here are usually the sort who think that homegrown veggies are a treat. :-)
Comment by anna Wed Oct 19 19:44:16 2011

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime