When we finished the side yard last fall, things weren’t 100% good. There was a section from the fence to the midpoint where the pavers were too far apart. You can see pictures here.
I’m happy to say we’ve fixed this problem by removing the stones, re-leveling the sand and making the stones be closer together. Now I don’t have to mind the gap when I’m walking on the path.
Here’s the section we changed. You can see how we used leftover flagstone to fill the part nearest the house. And you can also see where we stopped for the day. When we picked up the project again, we forgot that flagstone was going closest to the house.
I didn’t notice for a week, and then lacked the enthusiasm to change anything. There are always that don’t match with homespun projects. At least the ones I do.
Closer to the fence we also used flagstone to fill in a gap.
In our work we found 16 walnuts buried by squirrels. Many of them were buried in the two wheelbarrows of sand that sat in the yard over a two week period.
In the interest of fairness to the squirrels, I set all the walnuts we found on the back porch so they could find and bury them all over again.