My parents just bought a newer home, and the previous owners added onto
the house two years ago. When they did this, their backyard became very
They then hired guys to put in an underground sprinkler system, and sod
to cover the 50 feet of property behind their house, which is actually
Port property. I am surprised the Port let the previous owners get away
My folks are older, and loved the smaller yard, so Dad cut off the
underground sprinkler system to the back 50 yards of grass.
Here is the problem: He was going to build a fence, not necessarily to
hide the old dryed up grass, but to create a boundary so it would not
look like part of his yard which he failed to keep up. When digging,
there is nothing but tons of rock.
Does anyone have any other ideas besides a fence?