With the exception of a couple of half cap stones, the modular retaining wall is complete.
Once the rock face in the back is complete (and possibly the Lanai too) we’ll move forward with pulling out the remainder of the driveway and pouring a new one. We just want to have all the heavy stuff done to avoid unnecessary traffic over the new pavement.
In the back the stairs have been largely completed. We will soon be bringing the soil up around these and the newly built wood wall.
Below, some parts of the wall will be left loose until we finish putting in the various hoses, pipes and electrical connections
This topsoil was brought in by hand so as not to damage the new patio. This area will be for various butterfly bushes and bird feeders and baths so that we can enjoy them from the screened in area.
Below, those pallets of boulders that I showed a few days ago have gone into replacing a rotting railroad tie retaining wall that was shoring up the original hill. This still needs tome work.