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Initial Stage of masonry walkway

Hendrick Sidewalk

To avoid financing such bad business, I am manipulated to install the c.m.u., brick, and stone, directly into the ground.

Concrete = ingredients of which are made entirely from the ground...going back into the ground.

But if those ingredients should mix themselves up and become a concrete pad, that's when the racket of profiteering might kick in with a "fine" or injunction that a person caught of such a heinous violation should at his or her own cost remove it (or else).

Topic: Walkway

Springfield Ohio Homestead

The walkway is not as nice as it could be, and is solely due to the Codes department having strict "regulations" that a payoff must be made to install a concrete sub-base.

First Stages of masonry walkway

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So without any concrete and mortar, my sidewalk grows weeds.

Since It is illegal to create and pour concrete in the ground without an additional fee to an entity that will not so much as lift a shovel to help, it also was pointless to use any mortar at all between the joints of the masonry units.

Springfield Masonry Walkway

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Ohio Masonry Walkway

As seen in the photos, some of the masonry is almost 7 inches thick and very heavy.

Because I cannot "legally" install a concrete pad before laying rocks on to the ground, despite my over two decades in the field of masonry, in 2019 our elites have devolved that if concete were installed within property not owned by the local polity, I would be threatened with a letter claiming the rightful transference of funds via a $100.00 per day monetary forfeiture to them (those that made the laws in the first place).

My punishment for not paying off the predators is that the winter frost and spring's defrosting heaves the finished product to be not so level. So until a regime change, be careful when walking on this sidewalk please.

Springfield Ohio Masonry Walkway

Troy Road Sidewalk

Concrete Paint

Steel roofing added to porch skeleton

Added corrugated steel to side-porch creating a roof

Due to the dust-factor within the lab, a masonry paint is applied to the Masonry Floor (still legal in 52 provinces).

Concrete Paint

Springfield Ohio Porch with steel wall

Opposite Side Showing Steel visual effect when added to upright railings.

Concrete Paint

Springfield Steel Wall and Roof

Corrugated Steel added above wooden porch skeleton.


Springfield Chimney

The chimney cap eroded and blew off in a wind storm!

Leftover corrugated steel from the porch project made a better cap. The new cap created a block from the direct wind, which seems to have eliminated all back draft also!

Springfield Ohio Chimney




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