I know you know the erosion run-off issue all too well. Thank you. I like the fact that the pile now has a new home. I have picked it down to dirt now, and by the time this project is through, and, *what I also have in mind, I will have used almost all of that pile. The property executor was just going to dig a hole on the land, and bury it. So, he doesn't have to do that. As of today, I finally made it to the drain pipe clean out, which marks my vertical end goal. * I'm going to create the flooring/dry creek outflow on my Water Wall with the remnants that are left over. This might totally clean out the entire granite pile. and in another note,... I also used this same granite to create a vertical extension on top of my Fire on the Mtn. Eucalyptus stump plater. I laid broken sections of the granite horizontally to create a dry-stacked ledge stone extension, around the top of the stump perimeter, that might be 12" tall? 10" minimum. No pics yet.