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hexagonal birdbath

Posted by sweetwm007 6 b (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 30, 08 at 22:45

not quite finished. there will be a hog feeder pan of black plastic/rubber in this.
william

hexagonal birdbath


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Neat work again.


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That looks great william.
Is it going to be set in the ground?
Will you leave it to where you can get the pan out for easier cleaning?
Bonnie


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another great idea! Could also work as a platform feeder for birds.


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I like it! Did you already have the pan and then make the outside to fit it? Be sure to post another photo when you have it filled and the birds discover it.


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should try and finish tomorrow. if you look at the base it shows 4 counter sunk holes that i am going to put landscape timber spikes in so a hole doesn't have to be dug. too many rocks. i pre- measured the pan at orschlens before building.

william


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Nice birdbath! A matching feeder would very pretty in a garden.


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pan is in and the landscape timber spikes have been installed. turned out ok.
william

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Look's great William. Like Christie said, you will need to post some pic when you get some feathered visitors!
We will all be looking forward to that this cold winter when we are all waiting for spring :-)

Bonnie


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had 3 bluebirds and 2 goldfinches on the rim this morning. no camera though.
william


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