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Re: update on outside decorations

I think it was meant to lie on the ground, Donna. You just need to figure out where to lay it so it will still be attractive.

On Saturday, November 27, 2004, at 05:43 PM, Donna wrote:

Well Dh decided to fix the arch yesterday when he got home. Wasn't too fond
of the 2x4's used to brace the arch up. He claimed- ok- this time it won't
go anywhere!

Yeah right, raining got windy, now it is laying in the driveway (fell the
opposite direction) this time....

BTW, even thru both crashes.... the lights still work on it LOL!

Thinking the arch is just not meant to be, going to move it by the doorway,
that way I can tie it to the house porch posts :(

Sorry, no film at eleven this time.... rain that they claim is going to turn
to snow here....


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Island Jim
Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
Zone 10a
Minimum 30 F [-1 C]

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