The view from here

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  1. Mansonienne

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    Not quite on the same scale as yours...but ok for a morning coffee (and there is sun!!!!)
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    Nice. One of my best friends lives in SD. Chula Vista I think. It'd be fun to make it out there but won't be anytime soon
     
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    Nice Ladies Man move. Can I borrow that one ?
     
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    Nice. Looks like one in my laptop. Opened the door one day and thought we got nuked or something
     
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    lovely nice flowers btw. :)[/QUOTE


    Thats a few of them anyway. Next year ill change it up a bit. Even though I face west mostly, with that big tree there I don't get as much sun as I thought I would
     
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    I like it. When I bought this place I really wanted a little single house but I just couldn't find anything I could afford without living in places I didn't want to live. So since the balcony is the only outdoor space I have I'm doing the best I can.
     
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    You're doing very well!
     
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    Just got some trees planted to hide the electrical. Ask me again in a couple years. 2016-06-19 09.51.50.jpg
     
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    looks very quiet and soothing :)
     
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    Thank you. My Calla Lily is pretty awesome I gotta say. Still waiting for the lavender to do it's thing. Sometimes my neighbor smokes some nasty cigars
     
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    thats an award winning garden thats amazing love the hut :)
     
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    It'll get there. What did you put there ?
     
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    Nice. If I had the space I'd probably go off the deep end. I like seeing stuff grow. It'd be nice to have your own outdoor room
     
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    Thanks it's mainly perennials and my wife gets most of the credit. It gets tweaked every year. I just dig where I'm directed.

    My dad and I built the shed. I wish we'd gone a little bigger but I suppose it would just be a larger disorganized mess if so.
     
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    IMG_0090.JPG IMG_0090.JPG IMG_0096.JPG IMG_0469.JPG These pictures where taken by my mother in law a couple of months ago i love them,
     
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    no i think its a prefect size not too bulky or that its nice. :)
     
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    From the shed looking back.
     
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