Man I hope so! I’ve never seen the bottom of my pond. I’d be thrilled to see half way down.OK, now you can rest a bit, you deserve it! I know how it feels. It took me a while. Dig for one day, rest for two.
It is suggested that you need at least 12" of pea gravel. It's ok if it's more, just not less than 12".
So, you'll dig down about 8-1/2", more if you like, add that to the first course of 4x4 (actual 3-1/2") will give you the 12".
You're gonna love it when you see your water clear up day by day. Mine was clear in about 6 days. Before that, it was pea soup.
That foam was just to soften a spot where some concrete stuck out. Rock is over the top of the liner for sureThanks for the pictures!
I know what you mean about the clay soil. The good thing is that when it's packed and settled, it is hard as rock. No shifting or settling.
That's the perfect flat stone for the waterfall!
I think I see some construction foam under it. Are you going to have your liners under that stone? Hope so.
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