So. With a bunch of unforecasted rain and snow I can see that the crown is right. However... I can also see the edges of the road aren’t clearing into the ditches. Three options... 1. Shave down the edges which will essentially make the road wider by killing all that grass — not desireable. 2. Cut drainage bars into those edges. 3. Buy fill dirt and raise about 200’ of the driveway a couple inches along there. Figured I’d ask the brilliant minds of PoA your thoughts. Ha. Need to get that section draining before I order a LOT of 3/4 minus granite to cover the whole thing. I’m thinking it needs to come up. I could raise it by pulling the ditches in but that grass will take years to grow back. There’s also a house up the road that built a huge barn and has mounds and mounds of fill dirt where they leveled off the top of a hill to do it. May ask em if they want some of it gone. Somewhat problematic since I’d need a trailer to put it in just to move it over here. Thinking even with $120 delivery charge per tractor trailer load, letting the local aggregate place do it sounds mucho simpler.