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Re: iris work


Wow, it sure looks like you've got your work cut out for you.  How deep
do you have your logs in the ground so they don't fall over ?  I like
the look of the final product and it uses materials that you've got on
hand, all you need is a chain saw and plenty of muscle to dig the

I'd like to see what the bed looks like when it's completed.  I'm a real
sucker for the before and after shots.

Donald Eaves wrote:
> Life's not fair.  While Jim Rohrer send lush beautiful photos where it
> obviously has been known to rain, I'm out digging with a pick and
> sharpshooter in order to get a place I can even dig a hole in deep enough to
> plant an iris.  And having to soak the ground in order to do it.  It's been
> a long, hard haul coming up the hill.  But a copperhead curled in a clump
> yesterday kept me motivated to leave the spent stalks another day.  Besides
> it was wonderfully cool today.
> Donald Eaves
> donald@eastland.net
> Texas Zone 7b, USA
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