As most of you know, it's been raining a LOT in lots of places.
Even my culverts couldn't keep up, and I got overwash and washouts in a few places. Crusher run gravel all now down in my grass.
This seems like a great excuse to buy a landscape rake! The gravel is maybe a bit too small for 1" tine spacing, but if I pull up some grass with the tines I won't cry. Grass will grow back for free; gravel I gotta pay for! Most of the displaced gravel is in thin, longs streams. I'm guessing I back up from the road to the end of the gravel trail, lower rake and just drag it up to the road? Has anybody done this? Will it work?
I'm NOT gonna go fetch little rocks back with a bucket- machines were made for this sort of thing. And I can't leave it; it will destroy my mower blades!
P.S. I can fix the ruts, kinda need to work on the grade/crown/slope anyway.
P.S.S. 1025 and the TSC/Tartar 5', probably add the wheel kit too.