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In this issue: A Real New England Christmas
Looks inviting! I also like the simple design elements and attention to detail, not to mention the price to build it.
The article states, “… The lower crosspieces are a few feet above ground to block out leaves and other debris; …” Are you sure about this measurement, Mr. Aldrich?
i’ve had my outdoor shower for years- and wouldn’t live without it- i’ve even put a solar powered light (very low diffused light- just enough to see the shower knobs) so i can run out after dark- or in my case before dawn..Also use it until the fear of frozen pipes presents itself.. you haven’t lived until you’ve showered in all seasons outside..
Being a Block Island home owner as well I can agree with Larry’s comments about the perfect way to end a day at the beach. My guests were thrilled when we installed one. Ours overlooks a pond and is very serene.
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