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Posted on:10/25/11 9:24 PM


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Margaret said... (10/26/11 4:52 AM) Reply
Great looking hammock and yard! It does look very relaxing. It was interesting to see how the ropes worked in the diagram, too.
jannw said... (10/26/11 1:42 AM) Reply
Beautiful yard and fabric..however do you get time to do anything..I'd just gently swing and watch the weeds grow! Great project!
RadarRadiance said... (10/25/11 11:03 PM) Reply
Wish I was there!!! How beautiful and peaceful. Great job!
Ericaeli said... (10/25/11 9:48 PM) Reply
That is such a cool project. I would've never thought to make a hammock! Your yard is beautiful too.
bethsews said... (10/25/11 9:46 PM) Reply
I don't need to make a hammock, but just had to say this is AWESOME! That whole necessity, mother of invention thing - yes! Great job.
renren said... (10/25/11 9:43 PM) Reply
Wow, what a nice place to nap and read! Beautiful yard and the muted colors of the hammock are perfect for the landscaping.
 
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