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cloches


Gosh it's hard to pass up a bargain.  Christmas is long gone but Meijer's
had a lonely pallet in the clearance aisle with those rubbermaid wrapping
paper holders.  they were extra tall and the tops had a door on top.  Marked
down from $13.00 to $1.30.  Except - there was one bottom and 4 tops.  I
didn't really need the bottom but it had the bar code.  The tops are clear
plastic 17 x 13 inches and 15 inches high with the hinged lid on top.  I
thought they'd make great cloches for late and early frost - depending on
time of year.  They could be set in place and the lid opened during the day
if it got hot.  So I got the one set for that 90% off price and the other 3
tops for 65 cents each - and they stack for storage!
Kitty

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