That's what I brought home tonight on the back of my 2002 Ford Ranger. Yeah, I know. Spare me. It was 2 miles and I barely got above 20mph thanks to the old couple in front of me suffering from night blindness and my headlights in their rear view mirror. The mudflaps only hit the ground three times.
115 12" x 12" x 1-7/8" concrete pavers at 18lbs each sitting on a pallet in the back of my truck.
115 12" x 12" x 1-7/8" concrete pavers at 18lbs each sitting on a pallet in the driveway. It took 10 minutes to unload them all, two at a time. My back is killing me. I was hungry before. Now I'm famished.
It'll be a while before I am ready to actually lay the stones. I need to wait for colder weather to pick up the brick I plan to use in between some of the pavers. It's in the gully. The design will depend on what I can haul back out. Maybe it would be easier to just tear down the chimney no longer being used that runs from the basement to just below the roof sheathing.
The pavers are stained from spending the summer holding concrete planters and all the dirt in the garden center. Eventually, I'll power wash them. That will probably happen after they're laid in place. I don't think they'll be unstacked anytime soon. Not bad for $10.