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Gazebo


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I started with a six sided floor of 12 feet. I added each part as I came to it because I didn't know what it was going to look like when I started' People sent carpenters to look at it so they could have one like it, but, the double tiered roof stumped them.So they didn't build it.

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Gazebo

by windsong
Jun 04, 2012

I started with a six sided floor of 12 feet. I added each part as I came to it because I didn't know what it was going to look like when I started' People sent carpenters to look at it so they could have one like it, but, the double tiered roof stumped them.So they didn't build it.