Here's our new pathway to our front door. I love it!
Our front walkway is done!! Now to add sod and add finishing touches.
It looks great! I like the size of the stone.
I love it!!
Congratulations on completing your walkway! It’s gorgeous! I hope to walk down it someday…
You are invited over any time you want to visit Seattle! It’s a tiny house but we’ll always have enough room for you!! ;)
A wonderful walkway! And, it’s fun to see what’s growing.
It looks so good, you must be really proud! So much planting space, lucky you!
Wow, it looks amazing!
Looks *AWESOME* Angela!!! What are the little baby plants in between the stones?
Fern, we planted creeping thyme, ajuga and a couple deep purple succulents. I can’t wait until it fills in – it’s going to looks so cozy!!
THANKS EVERYONE! We love it and are very proud of it.
Angela, it looks fabulous. I can’t wait to see it all planted up.
Very beautiful indeed!
This looks very nice Ange – how long did it tak you and Travis to do this? I’m looking for the lawn. Do you have it finished yet? I’m going to see your Twitter Ramblings – looks like you two are traveling now! Kim B.
Your walkway is so amazing and so is your new patio! I’m so jealous! I would love to be able to do what you’ve done to your yard— I love the “secret garden” look— I have an 80’s modern style house and I’m trying to create an old style garden around it too, but the shape of the house keeps throwing it off.
I see you live around Seattle! I live in North Carolina now, but I was born and raised in Issaquah. I live for the day I can move back there!
Your blog is wonderful. I love seeing your garden photos!
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