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Re: troughs

In a message dated 9/20/04 11:15:13 AM, pdickson@sbcglobal.net writes:

<< www.magma.ca/~robicho/rhubarb.htm >>

Zem, I have made stepping stones but I have not used the cast leaves for 
stepping stones.  The interesting fact on your web site is they call for premix.  
Does anyone know the difference btwn premix,  portland, & patching cement?  
Also, what is the strength difference in wire mesh, fiberglass shreds & a 
bonding agent? It is certainly easier to store the last two.
    Thanks, Zem, for sharing.

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