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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

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Lisa at Greenbow

Oh Mark. Man of great patience and many talents. I think it looks great. When you open the door it matches the walk.

Susie

Smart to go ahead and get the entry like you want it. Looks welcoming.

rusty duck

I don't know about tea, you should be opening a bottle of bubbly in there. Congratulations both!

Beth @ PlantPostings

Your tea house is wonderful, and now the paths to it match your purpose and your vision. :)

Susan Adler Sobol

Bravo! Bravo!

Frank

Congrats!
I do like the path you ended up with, it has a nice flow to it, but I can see where Mark was going with the other design... a more traditional look? but I've never been all that thrilled walking that kind of path. Don't the zigzags have something to do with bad spirits not being able to follow? If that's the case just be on the lookout for freeloading spirits :)

Linda from Each Little World


​Frank — A zig zag path is common in Japanese gardens to deter evil spirits. We have a simple version of that concept with the bridge over our dry stream. So far it seems to be keeping bad spirits at bay.​

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