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Jim's Place

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330ft x 330ft slope on north side and then flat, one pole barn 24ft x 32ft and one pole barn 24ft x 48ft, a 10ft x 10ft shed, a 10ft x 10ft pump house, a 24ft x 50ft house with a 16ft x 16ft deck, and a 20ft x 20ft patio.

Comments / Q&A

On June 24,2011 jim49631 said:

"Hi Sam (Sandy), A little at a time."

On June 24,2011 Lynn said:

"Wow! Beautiful yard and gorgeous setting. I imagine you spend a lot of hours outside. Happy gardening! Lynn"

On April 9,2011 jim49631 said:

"I still have snow covering most of my yard."

On April 8,2011 Sam(Sandy) said:

"Hi Jim, Post new pics of your progress.Thanks,Sandy"

On March 14,2011 jim49631 said:

"Thanks Sandy, I've got a lot more to do yet. Jim"

On March 14,2011 Sam(Sandy) said:

"Jim, I can see you've put a lot of work(and sweat) into your place.It's great!"

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