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Raised Garden Beds

Due to poor quality of soil in our area and reaching the age when stooping and squatting have become pretty painful, I decided that raised beds would be a good idea. I did not have a design in mind but developed the beds as I began working. I’m not sure how many hours this project took, but I worked on it a few hours at a time over a few weekends. I used my Ryobi drill, impact driver and saw. I found that my Ryobi 18 volt impact driver was the most helpful tool used. I was able to fasten the boards together without damaging any screw heads. In the next few weeks, I hope to be able to share another picture of the beds full of vegetables.

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leetf

This is great!


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RYOBIROCKS

Thank you! Nobody wants to eat store bought broccoli, right?!


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