Cheri Bednarck lives in McAlester, OK.
She's got a driveway issue and needs a repair.
Here's what she told me:
"My property sits on a sandbar. My driveway has been cracking and slipping for years.
During the latest downpour a large undermining area has washed a lot of the sand between the driveway and the street.
Is there a way to fill under the driveway with gravel? I'm trying to avoid a complete new driveway for awhile."
Here's my answer:
Just use large angular rocks about the size of grapefruit. It takes lots of water to move those rocks.