On our to do list for Spring is to widen the driveway. The poor lawn has taken a beating and so pavement is now necessary. Have you seen the glow-in-the-dark pavement? Does this glow-in-the-dark pavement actually work?

If we can find Starpath, and it's affordable, we'll use it. Pro-teg tells us that:

Starpath is a sprayable coating of light-absorbing particles that harvests ultra-violet rays from the sun during the day and dramatically lights up like a starry sky at night. The veneer is non-reflective, anti-slip and waterproof, and can be applied to cement, wood, tarmac or other solid surfaces.

Wow, if it actually stays lit during dark periods, we are interested. Many are skeptical. Now to find out who sells it in Central New York.

[takepart.com]