Originally Posted by Cherryville Chuck View Post
No issues here but that's one of the advantages of building a house on top of an old gravel river bed. Now trying to get grass to grow in the summer is another issue.
Try laying down straw, sow some seed, water.
NC via the Army in 1979; retired 1981, just east of Raleigh ever since.
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