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Re: great gardening gifts

> I see your whole problem here... :)
> Garden railroads do NOT belong in the garden... when DH told me he was
> going to install this in MY garden.... well, after much discussion (hum,
> read argument), he now has another area for his trains. Found I like
> finding miniature plants for it, and have broaden my gardening knowledge
> trying to make a tiny town... But I could never see it winding thru my
> perennials and native beds.

I'm still trying to find out if my LEGO train sets will work in the
garden.  I'm not sure if the tracks will hold up weather-wise, but if
they do I'm there!

I don't have any pictures of my LEGO train creations online (I'm mostly
a 'castle-head' anyhow -- I prefer the castle/medieval line of LEGO),
but there are some cool ones out there:


I could go on and on...  :)


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