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Tuesday, August 11, 2015


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Lisa at Greenbow

Wow. Matt is an artisan. Rock being his medium. This project is a Wow. What a blessing to find such a man with this know how. Can't wait to see the finish up close.

Rock Rose

Now that is what I call a project. I just looked through all the posts and cannot begin to imagine taking on such a project. It looks beautiful and I love the rocks and their placement. That takes a true artist. Congratulations.

Linda from Each Little World

Lisa — ​You are right that he is an artist. We always planned on doing a rock wall and steps but it has taken us 20 years to find the right person for the job!

Linda from Each Little World

Jenny — I don't think we would have done it if we had not done the pond all those years ago. That project was almost as big in terms of equipment, mud and length of time to complete — and equally satisfying.


I have been waiting for the big finish -- and its impressive. Linda and Mark -- Thanks for taking me along on your journey.

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

Wow! It's so fabulous. What a joy to work with skilled tradesman like Matt who, even at the tail end of a project, puts his all into making sure everything is perfect.


Looks like some very high quality work. Does the sand mean that the surface is permeable to water?

Linda from Each Little World


The surface is permeable in the sense that water will drain between all the pavers. Not as permeable as those pavers that grass can grow through, but those don't work if you have to shovel snow off your driveway.

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