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Musings #21: How to Build a Gazebo in Three Easy Steps

Step 1:   Wait for tax return and employee bonus then draw square on ground.
Step 2:   Call Reed’s Ferry Sheds to assess site and deliver one screened gazebo by flatbed and remote controlled thingamadoo.
Step 3:  Throw down mulch, stepping stones,  and then admire your work.



2 comments on “Musings #21: How to Build a Gazebo in Three Easy Steps

  1. Susan
    June 6, 2015

    You crack me up! I was expecting an intricate essay of the tedious work involved – wood cutting, nailing, days of work! I love it! I need a new patio. Your gazebo looks much prettier than my new aluminum screened patio will look!


    • Laissez Faire
      June 7, 2015

      Glad I could amuse! Pretty is nice, but functionality is more important! We’ve been using a frame and hand zip netting for ten years, so an aluminum screen house is way better than that.hahaha. the patio in this new house is functional but falling apart because they used regular house bricks and mortar. We put in a paver brick patio at our old house ten years ago by hand with a bed of gravel and sand and it still look as good as that first year.


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