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Re: CULT: drying out beds


This might not work for everyone, but I remember my parents having to dry 
out the tennis court before they could play their match, after heavy rains. 
They used an ordinary garden fork, and just put holes everywhere, so the 
water could drain through. Then they raked the surface, and played their 
game.
Not a tennis fan myself, I can remember as a young child, playing in the 
gardens around the tennis court.
Cheers, Jan Clark




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