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Posted 12 months ago

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Walksoftly once said that picking rocks was the worst job on the farm,well I don't mind it ...well as many as we "grow"here,I have no choice!So what do you do with ALL of them,make "flower beds" that you don't have to water!lol
BTW this is a SSSSSSSSMMMMMMMAAAAALLLLLL portion of the rocks I've picked up,and some not so small!I will post more after the crops are off.
These rocks are around our old farm house that we use for storage,and on the floor (pic#1)of the old ,long gone "smoke house".
Thanks for looking!

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  1. Manikin Manikin, 12 months ago
    Well that is the most practical garden I ever saw :-) Very creative doesn't look like a tropical garden but has a unique look . Love it !
  2. walksoftly walksoftly, 12 months ago
    Great gardens, if you have to pick them you may as well put them to use!
    I really like how you placed the old items in with them.
    Even though it was a job that I never liked, I too find myself decorating the yard with them! :-)
    Thanks

    David
  3. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 12 months ago
    Great idea... Here is Cali, people are paying a ton of money to have their flower beds replaced by rocks... :)
  4. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 12 months ago
    Thanks mani,ted,sean,walk,and Dr.!!Thanks for the compliments!Here in Indiana we grow them every year(our farm-77 acres-is on the same section of land as the limestone quarry)
    At the landscape center(about 30 miles away)they sell these for 18 cents a pound,considering the weight of the nice looking,larger ones,I could make a killing!
  5. walksoftly walksoftly, 12 months ago
    That could be a better return than the crop you might grow!
  6. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 12 months ago
    But more back breaking!!!!!!!!!!
  7. walksoftly walksoftly, 12 months ago
    If you quit digging around in the dirt, they won't sprout!
    Do you get the massive ones as well?
  8. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 12 months ago
    Yep those are the ones I'll post later,the big money ones:)
  9. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 12 months ago
    Thanks phil!!!!!!!!!
  10. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 12 months ago
    Thanks petey!
  11. Manikin Manikin, 12 months ago
    Be careful guys ! I had a load of huge rocks delivered for landscaping and the driver and unloader died of a heart attack later that day :-( That was sad he was 48 years old .The rocks are now buried in a big hole .
  12. walksoftly walksoftly, 12 months ago
    I can understand why you buried them, that's way to young!
    A good reason not to lift them by hand, get out the heavy equipment.
  13. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 12 months ago
    Manikin,see my fancy metal chicken house in the 1st pic?I have always wanted one of these ,but this one is not in so great condition!
  14. Manikin Manikin, 12 months ago
    See a chicken would love it also looks like it has a water supply ! Perfect :-)
  15. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 12 months ago
    Thanks phil!
  16. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 11 months ago
    Thanks Kerry!
  17. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 10 months ago
    Thanks hedgewalker!
  18. antiquerose antiquerose, 4 months ago

    ROCK ON there -----gargoylecollector. Love it!!

    \m/ \m/
  19. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 4 months ago
    Thanks antiquerose!

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