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November 28, 2020

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Naush Samama

Wow !! Your back porch is all set for the season. Love how the color of wood clashes with the elements of galvanized pails. Where did you buy those cones ( not pine cones - i think ? )
Thank you for sharing with us at Meraki Link Party.
Naush

MaryJo Materazo

Hi Naush. Thanks for stopping by. I gather my pine cones from places we visit. I think the ones out here are from Lake Tahoe. XO- MJ

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