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El Rancho

Lynn
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What was once a basketball court is now our little piece of Texas.

Yard Categories: Back Yard

Comments / Q&A

On May 29,2012 luissola31 said:

"Incredibly unique...congratulations to you! "

On August 1,2011 Laura Beth Fox said:

"Thanks for the compliments you left on my Yardshare :) I love your Rancho! Especially as I am from Texas! What a cool landscape design! Can't believe this little piece o' Texas is in Hudsonville :D I don't need any koi, but thanks for the offer. Love your Yardshare!"

On February 18,2011 Mattemma said:

"I want my fire pit to look like yours. Did you put weed block under the pea gravel?"

On September 22,2010 Beverly said:

"This is sooooooooooo pretty, the cowboy boots with the chicks are just sooooooooo darn cute....."

On September 16,2010 MARGARET SOUFFRANT said:

"i love it. now i need a rain barrel"

On August 23,2010 Bob Willoughby said:

"Very unique. Thanks for sharing."

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