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    A Trash Can Holder

    My neighbor wanted me to build a Trash Can Container - thought maybe this would brighten up the alley a little.
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    That is really cool Jiggs.
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    Cute.
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    That'll keep the raccoons away ;-)
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    cool idea

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    that is a nice build. my wife has been on my back since I started woodworking 4 years ago to build a trash can holder area, she wants a lid, but that would be perfect, might have to(borrow) use your design one day, hope you dont mind.
    btw, I purchased a bear plant holder a decade ago, looks like your bears.
    I dont have the heart to toss him, even after he lost an eye. I put him on the shed roof so he doesnt get kicked around anymore.

    I really like the way you matched the fence, beautiful job. Cedar?
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    That's very cool, Jiggs. I like the way you advertise the "restaurant" to the local bears.
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    I like it!!
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    Leave it to Vaughn!

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    Cool Jiggs i am wondering how i missed this thread.
    cheers

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