100 Bags of Mulch | 257/365

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    Landscaping is almost done in the backyard. Plants are all in. Edging's complete. Tiki torches are ready to go. Just need to put a little mulch on the beds. Hey, I can save myself a few bucks if I do it myself! 100 bags shouldn't take too long. Except when you have to rake the acorns off of every square inch first! Oh well. 25 bags down! 2011YIP

    View my 365 project here.

    9.14.2011

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    1. photos=happiness - I am back!! 32 months ago | reply

      WOW!!!!!!! that is a lot of mulch!!! amazing!! good for you! great work out I bet!! ;)
      great capture! love the dof!

    2. cj jenkins 32 months ago | reply

      dude! that's a huge undertaking! this is the best time of year to do it though..

    3. Just Joe ( Finally getting the hang of this) 32 months ago | reply

      Wow. You are doing this yourself ? It would be my luck to miss one acorn and have a tree there soon. Nice Mike.

    4. {rialynn} 32 months ago | reply

      That looks like a ton of work!!! Best of luck with it--cool perspective!

    5. DocUNC 32 months ago | reply

      Man, that's a lot of work!

    6. charmedoneX 32 months ago | reply

      That is so much work but will be worth it. Post pictures of the tiki torches when everything is done..I love those!!

    7. Judith*Green [deleted] 32 months ago | reply

      What a task!!

    8. Shelly~♥~ 32 months ago | reply

      you're going to busy!
      nice perspective!

    9. NeilPas 32 months ago | reply

      Wow – quite a workout…at least mulch is relatively light, but I’m not sure how light it feels after bag #99 =D

    10. Jims_photos 32 months ago | reply

      Looks like your Saturday is going to be full.

    11. chesterr 31 months ago | reply

      I'm so late in commenting that I know you've moved the mulch and you're now just enjoying the pain of an aching back. when I saw the thumbnail, I assumed you were at a landscapers shop

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