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Getting a HEAD in the garden

Posted by goldenpond Vero.Beach FL 9b% (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 16, 11 at 14:33

Thought some of you could use some Florida garden whimsy
on a winter day !
Tanya

Here is a link that might be useful: Blondeponders Backyard Blog


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Wish I was in Florida right now. Tired of cold and snow. Besides, my son lives in St. Pete. - Marylee


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"Heads up!" I think you need to make a stepping stone with pennies ... with "heads up!" What fun travelling thru your gardens, goldenpond! And what "finds" & saves! Interesting what one person can do with another's not-liking-it-so-much stuff! FUN! TFS! Jeanne S.


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Well I like that little "garden whimsy" in the 2 toned blue outfit!! She is a living doll!! So sweet & curious! Those heads are different, never have seen anything like them. Might try getting them all together & take pic & get closeup of the mark or where it is signed & put it on the Antiques & Collectibles forum. Someone there might know!
Tell them what you know about them & how long you have had them. Enjoyed reading about your pond adventures. My back neighbor thinks it's OK to put 2 metal things over my fence & hang his ladder on them. I told him it's OK but can't lean anything against wall or dig out behind it as he is lower than I am & will compromise the wall. Think it will be beautiful once the ponds are finished. You already have another lovely 1 don't you? Is that fence your neighbor's & then the drainage ditch, that needs to be reported & neighbor forced to restore it before it floods rest of you out!! He is seriously breaking the law, hope you have pics of what he has been doing. Jan


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I love all the faces. Really adds some mystery!
Kathy


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