Evergreen trees surround the trailer and pond, in every direction the trees can be seen blowing
A: "A red storage tub holds catfish food; fish begin to swarm when I throw any in the water, just like the goldfish swarm at the Henry Doorly Zoo. "
"Evergreen trees surround the trailer and pond; in every direction the trees
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- Christmas Ornament Storage Box
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- Top handle for easy mobility
- Holds 27 to 48 ornaments
- Behrens 3GS 17 Gallon Round Galvanized Steel Tub
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- Ideal for planters, storage, decor, beverages, seed/corn and more
- Offset bottom keeps tub off ground
- Dimensions: 24-inch w by 24-inch d by 11-inch h, wt: 5-1/2-pound
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Holiday Storage | Ali Edwards
You often write about storing your holiday-stuff all together. That means not only decoration but also albums, books and much more. I’m a little curious how your store all these things. In boxes labeled and with a list maybe? And another question came to my mind: do you toss away and sort out things when unpacking the holiday boxes? Or how do you manage keeping the amount of holiday stuff manageable? I like the idea of keeping all the holiday stuff together. I didn’t do that with for example CDs. Maybe the holiday baker’s books can be put there, too. ) is stored in our garage. The only thing missing from this photo is another large tub that holds our exterior lights and the three or so boxes for my fake trees (I just put them back in their original packaging boxes). Everything holiday goes into these tubs at the end of December: movies, ornaments, December Daily albums, Christmas books and other decorations – it all comes back out again the following December.
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HOME OF THE WEEK: A 'dream' house in Natick
When Mario and Pauline LeBlanc and their two children moved to 45 Westlake Road in Natick 11 years ago, this house was an 1,100-square-foot slab ranch. Mr. LeBlanc, a construction subcontractor, got to work. Over seven years he converted the home into the 3,100-square foot Colonial it is today.
If the walk-up attic were finished, it would add yet another 560 square feet - roughly the size of the one-bedroom apartment they left in Waltham to come here, he notes, with a smile.
"There's a lot of sweat equity in this place," says Mr. LeBlanc, who immigrated to this country from New Brunswick 28 years ago. "This is the American dream."
Mr. LeBlanc's handiwork is seen throughout, in the built-in shelves and fireplace mantel in the living room; in the front porch, the place for sitting and socializing on a summer night; and in the unique "landing" above the front door in the two-story foyer where a Christmas tree is installed via stepladder every holiday season.