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Friday, September 03, 2021

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Barbara H.

Great idea! The "temporary" solution looks really good, though.

Linda Brazill

BARBARA — Thanks. Now that the garden is too developed to get a bobcat into it, moving big rocks is almost impossible. So I think this is good way to solve the problem.

danger garden

We've had a "steps project" in the queue for years (something to ease the transition from the shade pavilion to the patio)... glad you're moving faster than us!

Kris P

Good work! It fits in nicely even in its temporary form.

Beth@PlantPostings

Very nice! And your shoes match it. :)

Frank

excellent solution and I hope the Ipe option also happens. That deck is beautiful :)

Linda Brazill

FRANK — It sounds crazy but we love that deck; beautiful and so well made. It curves around the big honey locust at the edge of it. And it looks like it's made of cherry when it's wet during a rainstorm. 

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