<Bobby, I can empathize with your objection to being forced to do
However, having read through all the comments, I come away with the feeling
that the pea gravel cart is pulling the driveway horse (block that
<Personally, I wouldn't mess with any kind of gravel. Too much downside.
I'd just either dig out two trenches to the requisite depth and pour
concrete for two driveway runners. Even an inept DIY like moi could almost
I'm reluctant to DIY concrete. I've not had exceptionally good experience
<Check with your Urban Masters to see if you're allowed to plant between the
runners. That may not be such a great idea, if your car is parked there a
lot. Years ago, I busted my buns to dig out and modify the soil between my
runners and seed grass. Well, you just know that it all died because didn't
receive any sunshine!!!
BETWEEN the runners might be a place to put gravel, but not the tiny kind;
as others have observed, it tends to fly around. If you can afford it, put
grow-through pavers between the runners. Your Urban Masters might not even
notice, since your car's wheels are on solid concrete runners.>>
Much depends on what they say. So far they have been tacking notices to my
door, sending in the mail and messenger pigeons will be next.
<Another (inexpensive) solution might be DG between the runners, but
remember it has to be moistened and FIRMLY compacted.
Interesting project; keep us posted.>
I wish they would just go away. My landscaping guy is coming over in a
little while to discuss the issue. We'll see what he recommends.