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I am not a builder or fabricator, but it sounds interesting!! I would talk to someone local that might do that type of work for a quote and then decide whether it is something you could DIY or whether it would be best to farm it out. Also, take any city building codes into consideration.
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Amy Renea commented on a discussion: Where did you find a chalkboard like that?
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I believe it is an antique the homeowner found and purchased. You can find Darlene at Fieldstone Hill Blog.

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Amy Renea commented on a discussion: What is that your growing?
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I am not sure of the exact variety, as this was in a garden tour I photographed -- but is some looseleaf and was photographed in mid-summer. Sorry I don't have a better answer than that! :)

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minjeeah

So is it even lettuce???

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Amy Renea commented on a discussion: What plant is this?
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Dogwood! I don't know the exact variety, but it was a bright lime color, found at Longwood Gardens as a hedge. 'Garden Glow' perhaps?

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Amy Renea commented on a discussion: where can I buy a drying rack like this?
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Hi Ronn, we made our dehydrator with spare wood and glass...racks are small pieces of wood and bulk screening material.

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If I remember correctly, I believe that this was just baby sedum 'Autumn Joy' in early spring...it gets a lot bigger and taller on stems as the season progresses.

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You might check Darlene's blog -- Fieldstone Hill -- for that. She might have it listed somewhere? This is her home in central PA.

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Amy Renea commented on a discussion: What is the name of this plant? Thank you.
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Hello! I believe it is a nandina, but do not know the specific variety!
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Amy Renea commented on a discussion: Looks like a masked kiskadee!
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In the article, a comment was left that IDs it as a bananaquit. From what I have read, that fits the habits and characteristics this bird and its mother exhibited.
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Linda Dubins
Right. The Kiskadee has a thicker, straighter beak!
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I photographed this home and know that the wall was part of the original home -- perhaps an exterior wall is I remember correctly. If it was like most old stone houses in PA, that stone was pulled up from the ground when they started digging. Our PA home was built in this manner with stones from the creekbed on the property. http://www.anestforallseasons.com/2015/02/stonecrest-hollow-hill-and-manor.html



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