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RE: weather


Hum... that long ago? Funny how things stick in your head considering it
was something I read three years ago... must have really made an
impression.

Donna


> 
> Right, Jan-Feb 2001.  The article was well illustrated with "before,
> during, and after construction" pictures and directions on laying the
> streambed.  I especially liked the stepping stones in the stream bed
to
> resemble a path during dry times and the "flow-through" gate at the
edge
> of
> the property.  The gate, which defined the edge of the property, also
gave
> a inviting look...continue through the gate to explore beyond...which
> would
> be nice for friendly neighbors.
> 
> Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN

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