Even in the foulest weather, I am constantly up and down my garden and the route I take has now become a revolting sticky mud path.
I have bought some RapidGrid (the same as used for my G/H base and of a similar grade to that used in commercial sites where the grass still grows over heavily used areas ).
Whilst concrete slabs may have been easier and cheaper, I didn't want a "solid" path which would only make the high rainfall more difficult to deal with.
My plan is to set the grids level with the rest of my lawn and seed............thereby producing a hardwearing path which still looks like the rest of the lawn. That is the theory anyway
I'm wondering whether anyone on the forum has used a similar method and if there are any suggestions/ideas/pitfalls ..............I know it's going to be hard work but if it is successful, it should solve my problem in future years. Unless of course, we are coming into a decade of dry weather.
Because I spend so much time in the garden, my OH is becoming miffed at the amount of mud I trail in on my boots (can't always be swapping shoes every time I come indoors
Any ideas or advice would be very much appreciated