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Before after pics

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    Well, I just got my pavers in and finished one side of my yard. Finally. here is the before and after.
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    Good to hear the pavers arrived. I still can't believe how much stuff you have in your gh. And are those pots? for dirt plants? Busted!

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    That looks wonderfull!

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    Wow!! Nice job! I love the way you hung the plants!

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    Mmm, I agree w/ Nancy - that's a great structure! Do you have living things in the pond yet? Very fun!

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    Very nice.

    A Gazebo for Gongoras ?

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    A structure for Stanhopea. lol it's actually a pergola. You can't see the new chicken coop behind the GH. Now, I need $650 to cut down 3 trees on the other side of the yard and I can start to build my GH. I have financial backing for that GH. Wife went back to school and needed a lap top so there went all my GH money

    There are fishies in the pond.

    Uh...those pots are for.....uh....Sobralia.

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    Nice job, Mike. Looks great!

    Chicken coop......?

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