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    Bought an H today kinda.

    At least that what I told myself as I wrote out the check. It wouldíve covered the cost of a decent H.

    But this followed me home instead. Happy anniversary sweetie. 16 years yesterday





    Oh well this stuff is well made and should last a very very long time.

    And Iím keeping score. This is getting me closer.

    There might be a 730D for sale close by though too. Decisions Decisions.


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    Happy Anniversary !!!

    Nice patio set too.
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    Looks good, but pardon me if I ask what is an H?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmylh View Post
    Looks good, but pardon me if I ask what is an H?




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    Happy Anniversary to you and your bride!
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    Happy Anniversary! What's the gift for a sixteen year anniversary? Could it be something 'Green'??? Let's just say it is. Anyway, that patio set looks like it will be enjoyed for a few more anniversarys. If the gift isn't green, maybe a new grill or smoker to go with that patio set. What do you think?
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    Happy anniversary, J3.

    Have you considered buying the H for your son? You could cut a deal with him where is it his, but technically yours.
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    Am I the only one who wants to know more about the furniture?

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    Bought an H today kinda.

    Quote Originally Posted by NotYourGrandfathersDeere View Post
    Happy Anniversary! What's the gift for a sixteen year anniversary? Could it be something 'Green'??? Let's just say it is. Anyway, that patio set looks like it will be enjoyed for a few more anniversarys. If the gift isn't green, maybe a new grill or smoker to go with that patio set. What do you think?
    I think I can wish in one had and you know what in the other...

    I hear you on the smoker and grill but I already have a nice Weber spirit gas grill.

    And a Weber Smoky Mountain with a Pit Iq temp controller.

    So those bases are covered




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    Quote Originally Posted by JDSwan87 View Post
    Am I the only one who wants to know more about the furniture?

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    Itís poly lawn or patio furniture. Itís really well made. All stainless steel fasteners.

    We bought the two rocking chairs. The Glider and the picnic table set.

    Youíre kinda far away but this place is about 1:15 from us and had the cheapest prices around.

    Lancaster Poly Patios - HOME

    The Amish make this furniture and then this guy buys it and resells it. It just happens that our neighbor and his family make the furniture for him. Our neighbor build the standard Adirondack chair. His family builds the other stuff. (They live in Lancaster). Three years ago we bought four of the chairs from our neighbor. I wash them off ever year and they look brand new. While the stuff isnít cheap over time itís a worthwhile investment. I expect this stuff to last a long Long time.

    After we get the pond that we want done Iíll buy some more.


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