Really nice job, and surely a LOT of work. Question, my eyesight is making it hard to distinguish detail, but it looks like you laid concrete pavers on the gravel. Are you able to pull tools out and use them on the pavers? Did you put a weed-stop underlayment in?
FIY, we did the front yard rockscape using small crushed rock, about the same size as pea gravel, but it compacts down and doesn't shift when you walk on it the way pea gravel does. As it has packed down, I am able to drive on it and haul big wheeled trash containers filled with yard waste on it without leaving tracks. It might as well be concrete. If you have a weed stop underlayment, the crushed stone holds it down far better than pea gravel. Crushed rock gravel is generally more expensive than pea gravel, especially if it has color. No criticism intended, just information for others doing yard pathways, something I learned by trial and error.
All that aside, it really looks nice and is certainly going to help prevent tracking dirt and such into the house. I think you spent your Corona "jail" time well. I bet your wife loves it too. Worth a hundred tousand husband points at least, which should cover at least one, "why didn't you call if you knew you'd be late" event.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.
Last edited by DesertRatTom; 06-03-2020 at 10:50 AM.