I need (want) to build a retaining wall to expand my yard a little bit and to protect from erosion. Here’s the tricky part. The hill is fairly steep, 45 degrees. It also has big variations over the course of where the wall will go, making establishing a level starting point very, very difficult. The soil is very soft and sandy. To top it all off, the topology and steep slope make getting equipment to the site a veritable impossibility. Oh yeah, one more thing. I’d iek to make the wall a semi-circle. At it’s highest point the wall will be about 4′ in the middle and drop to 2′ toward the ends. The length of the semi-circle will be about 60′ overall. Any ideas?
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