They let me peek inside their homes to see how they decorated their Thanksgiving tables this year. Two completely different styles - both gorgeous! Watch. Oh, and I sound very high pitched for some reason. I think I was excited to be hanging out with them, lol.
Commented on Nov 16, 2012
I so enjoyed watching this video, getting to see two of my favorite gals and seeing what they
Cleared a large circled area and turned over the dirt and added soil conditioners. Have now planted 13 cannas bulbs (can not see) and staked out a small circle to use as a guide for my
round cupola. Purchased a concrete statue of little boy kissing a little girl. The statue will be centered in the middle
Commented on Jun 14, 2012
No, you can not use polyurethane. You need to go buy an outdoor sealer. And no, I did not seal
my windows because I didn't care if they rot down...I will just make another or something else, but that is the way I am. I did build a square form from pressure treated wood that the base of the windows are screwed into, so the windows don't actually sit on the ground. Then I just use exterior paint to paint the windows when needed.
Nancy LP, you have to determine your snow load in your area. I live in Western Illinois and
our snow load is 60%. That means that I can only have 60% shade on top with the lattice bars which is what I have. We had one snow a couple of years ago that netted us 22 inches and this pergola never moved or got harmed.