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Picture of trailer

They're not particularly exciting; you just see lots of plants on shelves
in a trailer.  :)


The shelves are just under 4' wide to fit in and out of the doorway and
8' long (they're snug when the door closes), but the internal frame is
4'5" wide and 7'0" long.  

Since it was wider than the door I had to disassemble it to take it out.
Otherwise I would have taken a picture to show you the framework.

I'll put it together again after Easter and post photos of the frame.


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