Our garden area is alive and well fed all year around. This pole view shows where we sit during the hot summer days. The wirelines between end posts support the mesh fabric sunshade. The gentle breeze flows across the water under the shade. The Mexican beer tastes great. Yard maintneance work is held to a minimum.
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