Hey guys - I thought I'd ask some of you guys who may have a solution to my ongoing dilemma. I've got a stone driveway (3/4" Pennsylvania Blue Granite) that's about 650' long. When I plow snow, I keep the plow up off the top about 1" (as much as I can), but it's all for naught if the snow is wet and sticky because the stone rolls up into the snow and it comes along for the ride - and usually gets pushed to the low side of the plow and into the grass off the side.
Can you guys share your tips/tricks and implement setup for getting those stones back on the driveway without totally mangling the grass? It's too long for me to rake back on by hand. I thought that a rotary broom might be the best tool - but I can't justify buying (even a used one) for the price they're going for these days - for just raking stones back.
Thanks for any help and suggestions you can give!