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jteeri
I would think the scariest place is our living room after dark, when our A-frame house turns into a stage and you have no idea who's watching outside. That's what I always think when I see photos of these amazing big windows with a wide open view.
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Ginny Johns
Marabout design...what you are hearing is most likely heat expansion and retraction. Had the same problem, drove me nuts until I figured it out!
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CJ Whiltshire
As always Becky a pleasure to read your weekly round up
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tooky58
Lot's of good tips, we're considering one for my husband's sewing room to be able to use it as a guestroom also
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Eskandari Stone
Fabulous! Thanks for these helpful tips. This is one of those idea books that one needs to bookmark. Thank you for writing it.
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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
Scarbowcow -- that's a type, btw. Should be $10 hole for $10 PLANT. The reasoning is loosen up soil further out for roots to better penetrate, especially in clay. Well, there are other reasons, too.
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joots07
Re the lawn, it depends on your climate. In the American south, you don't want to send your lawn on a top heavy growth spurt in late spring. To fertilize then is, frankly, moronic. It will die in July, then you'll have clumps of dead grass to hard rake out in fall. Check your local extension service for best lawn practices.
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joycer262
Rug size for open small to medium floor plan
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tooky58
Good advice, like thing w/putting 3 runners around the bed-lot easier to clean. Thank you
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