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Old 20-09-2017, 03:24 AM
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Even before the pallets were fully busted up - the vultures came circling.

3 x 90cm planters boxes were ordered
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They're going to be hung on a north facing garden fence - so she wanted them to be easy to remove in case of heat waves or frosts - I went with a "French Cleat" mounting system
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The old fella must have had a couple when taking his measurements. His sketch indicated a 3m ramp that would require side supports.
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But when I got there - it turned out that a couple of fence palings would have done the trick.

Came home with almost as much wood as I brought with me
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Good work Larry. I didn't know Bunnings hired trolleys.
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It was returned within the hour
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Went for an exploratory mission to see if the yabbies had come out of hibernation yet - turns out they had

Found a few with nice blue claws so I held on to them.
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Unfortunately for the goldfish - this was a few weeks ahead of schedule.

While I was acclimatizing them to the outside pond - they were getting a bit up set at the 17.8 degree mark -
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And by the time it got down to 13.4 - they had cracked the full blown sooks

Hopefully they're still kicking on Monday
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The Yabbies were a little sooky aswell - but they seemed to be handling the transition a little better
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Oh yeah - and I had to move the dragon fly for the 3rd time - I wasnt happy with the way the shadows looked against a bumpy wooden fence - Cement block gives a better outline - part of me was tempted to trace the outline at 3pm and colour it in with black paint - but another part of me thinks I might need permission before permanently marking the wall
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