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Patricia Scott says
Sounds like you have a great son-in-law. As beautiful as the gazebo will be, I'm sure it will mean all the more to you that it was crafted by his own hands.
Hope you write a hub about it when it's completed.
Faith Reaper says
Me too. In the meantime, I utilize the ones in parks and on the boardwalks at the ocean.
Marlene Bertrand says
Sounds like you could write a great hub about it, either way you choose to go. Good luck with your dream retirement property and plans.
Mom Kat says
I would love to have one on my property also. I've always been attracted to gazebos and love to photograph them and sit inside ones that are in public places.
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Catherine Tally says
Wow. That sounds like an inexpensive, practical and pretty alternative to a permanent gazebo. Thanks for sharing.
You're welcome :)
I'll do ya one better. Same thing at my house. Lost the fabric top. Planted wisteria around four corners and it totally filled in with a bit of coersion. Spectacular! Get tons of compliments on my masterpiece of a sitting area. Put lights all over.
Hi Rutley, That sounds beautiful! Great tip! We had to order a replacement canopy after 3 years. Our seating area in the far back of our yard is too near an avocado tree, and tt sheds leaves constantly. I may use your idea when we move. Thanks.
Thanks for contributing another cool idea. Have you done a hub about your Wisteria covered gazebo? It really does sound spectacular.
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