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Vassal

Inspred by a few natives........

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......people, plants and tractors......a shout out to our Brothers In Brooklyn and others that might be down on their luck. Mike
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SOX SAYS, KEEP YOUR CHIN UP!!
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Vassal
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Originally posted by johnmonkey
Cool pics, thanks for sharing. Whats up with the plumbing pipe? is it decorative or is it fro irrigation?. jh
The pipe is home brewed decorative fencing that keeps the dogs out of the flower beds. I made it way back when copper didn't cost a left one. My guess is that it looks quite redneck-ish in these photos, you'd have to see a wider view to get a better sense of how it looks/works. After I installed it, I considered plumbing it for irrigation, but that would take workXX(

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blind_eagle
Nice pics. And just think about your fencing as an investment option. You can pull it up a section at a time and sell it for scrap to continue funding a tractor habit!! :D

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