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how to make solid stepping stones in the middle of a creek on a low budget

The final phase of our creek stepping stone project is now complete.

It was just under 50 dollars when you total up all the supplies.

I would say the labor was 80 percent hard work mixed in with 20 percent of playing in the creek.

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Yup, that 20% playing the creek is probably why I was jealous all week. "Don't you need my help?" I asked you at lunch. "No, honey. Just keep on weeding," you replied. Drat! :-)
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