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    We want a picture of you too Tink

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    Ummm, That's probably not going to happen any time soon. I'm not really comfortable with posting a photo of myself.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 195200
    Ummm, That's probably not going to happen any time soon. I'm not really comfortable with posting a photo of myself.

    Oh, ok Tink - no worries :smile:

    We're all made different - see me - I'm always posting pictures - you'll all be sick of seeing me soon

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    hello there!!!!!!


    those bamboos are gorgeous BTW





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    They are very pretty, Mari! It was a nice little walkway. Something a little kid would LOVE to have in a garden as a place to play and hide.

    Well, I would have as a little kid anyway. We used to have honeysuckle bushes in our back garden. They were huge and I could get up under them and have my own little private "house." Bridal Wreath bushes were the same way, at least until the petals fell off the flowers. Then it was fun to shake the daylights out of the branches and watch it "snow."






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    yes they would be fantastic...

    if the path was something smoother, I could just see myself riding my tricycle or bike over and over and over again

    and I can definetly picture Tatiana pushing her doll stroller





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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 195465
    Bridal Wreath bushes were the same way, at least until the petals fell off the flowers.
    wow, that is so funny.....i was just thinking about the bridal shrub yesterday. I'm trying to figure out what to put in my garden and I remembered my sister having one and how pretty it was!

    i would LOVE to have room for a bamboo tunnel







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    This one wasn't so very long. It's chipped wood/mulch on the pathway so you could ride a bike. Not so sure about the doll stroller though as they are light and it might be hard.

    You could have a short one Mairead. It's all in the angle of the planting from what I could tell. I really liked it. A canopy of sorts.






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    Well we have a picture of herself and the voice of Tink..so I guess that is going to have to be enough



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    To the right of our house we have a private tree lined path that can be acsessed by a corner in our back property. It leads to the street, but when you're in it it's so quiet and peaceful. The sun just filters through the trees. The kids loved to play there when they were young!

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