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Old 10-11-2018, 09:45 AM   #31
Andymil
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I am a fan of the milled asphalt if you can get it. I put down a base of #3 slag (2” - 3”) and at least 4” of ground asphalt on top. We used to be able to get slag from the steel mills in our area. I’ve bought millings from a paving company but I got some for free when the state was resurfacing a road a couple of miles from my house. I was happier than a pig in... well, you know.

The only maintenance I do is to spray a round-up type weed and grass killer on the weeds that pop up in the spring.
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Old 10-11-2018, 03:45 PM   #32
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I have a 43 ft Toy Hauler which is over 20k, I placed 3/4" Gravel on the driveway where it is parked, I have added rock every 5 years, but I have been able to drive in and out over the Gravel, I have rain and snow in the winter.....
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