The Pecks on OregonLive website shares the steps taken to create a cobblestone path on your homestead. Do you have an abundant amount of large rocks removed from your fields, find interesting rocks during your adventures in nature (check local laws, if you can remove them) or can buy them for a local rock yard. Cobblestone is not perfectly flat but it is a frugal option for homesteaders who are trying to make to with the materials around them or just like the look and feel of cobblestone.
Personally, I love cobblestone paths because them seem to blend into nature more…. like a dry river bed.
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