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Front walkway


It may not be the finest example of rock paving in the history of humanity, but at least it’s possible now to get into the house without walking across mud. This is local stone, which came from a small quarry about eight miles away, just north of Hanging Rock State Park. The stone is set in “screenings,” which is just granite sand, really.

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Granite sand, or “screenings”

The local quarry delivered three tons of rock. This much is left after the front walkway was finished. The remainder of the rock will be used to pave a path to the basement door and to the rear deck.

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