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    Default Crashblade helps me build a trellis

    I got my first Crashblade a few weeks ago. It was a little confused by the cold weather nad lack of palm trees but it's tough and was ready to get to work. I needed a new trellis for my peas and all the premade ones are small and cheap. So I worked with what I had and made one out of little trees that were growing in places I didn't want them.
    I still have a little clean up to do on it but DH is away and I can get to the pics so it was now or wait another week.


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    Well done,, thats what a "Crash blade" is for. Congratulations on your handy work
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    No need to leave it in a drawer, put it to use and enjoy your garden.

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    Great job. You don't have to acclimate them too long in their new environment. Except when you drop them in the ocean. It does take them a while to get used to that.

    Nice job on the trellis!!!! There will be happy little peas climbing skyward soon enough.

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    Glad to see it getting some use. Nice trellis. I think the peas will approve.
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    Looks good!
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    I really like that.
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