@ Amphibious54- I have built plenty of landscape rock walls and walkways, and it is not difficult to figure out. I will let you know that it is hard work though. With the proper planning, equipment, and will power, you should be able to build a nice walkway in a few days.
The last walkway I built needed to be ready for a wedding. It was a little more difficult than the normal walkway because it was on a slight slope. We needed a few tons of rock, shale gravel, and sod. for equipment we used shovels, wheel barrels, chisels, hammers, a few rakes, a bobcat to move large amounts of materials, a sod cutter, and surveying tools/levels. We cut the design of the walkway into the existing lawn with the sod cutter, and began to level the ground with the bobcat. For narrow walks, you will need to do this by hand. We put a thin layer of the gravel down and raked it out. Finally, we lay the stone, using the hammers and chisels to shape the individual pieces to fit. Once we leveled the stones, we filled the cracks with soil and use steak knives to cut sod to fill the voids.