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suzannejohnson77
Absolutely beautiful: but, do you really want to let the outside in, in Australia? Bugs, spiders, snakes....to name but a few.
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inkycat

I would have liked to learn more about the rain water harvesting. 15,850 gallons under the garage! Wow!

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Ai Jaedee

What are the tall slender palms? Would they grow outside of the tropics?

   

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