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Dog Days DIY Fire Hydrant


kellysryobi
kellysryobi
kellysryobi
kellysryobi

After adopting a new dog we wanted to give him something to enjoy in the yard and this fit the ticket!
It was made using a scrap 4x4 and other wood.

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  • Very nice, very original. Great job.
    By SSGMONROE, on May 28, 2020
    • Thank you, I appreciate the support!
      By kellysryobi, on June 5, 2020

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Dog Days DIY Fire Hydrant

by kellysryobi
May 11, 2020

After adopting a new dog we wanted to give him something to enjoy in the yard and this fit the ticket! It was made using a scrap 4x4 and other wood.