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Old 11-22-2012, 09:11 AM   #16
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No offence intended, but you've obviously been too pampered. There is nothing worrisome about that driveway. If you are planning on re surfacing it,
I wouldn't spend a cent on it now.

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Ayuh,... It still don't look That bad,...

See post #11...

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if its your own home, wait til spring & get some work done on it,,, IF its a rental, close your eyes

ALL short sale houses are neglected - IF the owners had the $$$, they wouldn't be losing their homes,,, this place has been neglected for years,,, short term, get some GABC & fill the holes then compact it,,, make certain the slope allows water to runoff & NOT seep into the ground.

there's plenty of dirt driveways up there that still work well
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You should be fine for the winter---there should be a deep gravel base under that bad asphalt-
-so getting stuck in a mud hole is unlikely.

If you feel something must be done---call the local gravel/stone quarry and
order a load of 'fines' or 'limestone screenings'

This is a fine mix that is easy to spread out by hand and
sticks well enough to get you through the winter.
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No offence intended, but you've obviously been too pampered. There is nothing worrisome about that driveway. If you are planning on re surfacing it,
I wouldn't spend a cent on it now.
Sorry... I guess I overreacted a bit
I will leave it the way it is, and will re-do the entire thing next.

Thanks guys..

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