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Walk Thru Garden Pergola
I built this Garden Pergola from the plans "How to Build a Walk-through Garden Pergola". I used 100x100 (4x4) dressed treated posts, 200x50(2x8) beams, and 150x50 (2x6) rafters for a more bulk look. I put the posts in basically to the same dimensions as in the plan.
For step-by-step directions click here
T. Johns

 

johns pergola
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Wishing well
I built the well out of treated pine fence plank material; 5/8" thick by 6" wide. I ripped some of the planks to 4", and calculated the gap to be about 1/4". At first, the metal strapping I used was too thick; plus, the short nails I had to use pulled out of the wood....... more
Joe M

 

garden wishing well
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Garden Bridge
Many thanks for the article on the laminated bridge. My daughter had asked me to build her a bridge to go over her pond, and after looking at many plans I decided that I could cope with your plan. I had been given a lot of mahogany by a friend who lives near by from a conservatory they had pulled down..... more
Harry from England

 

arched bridge
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Hexagonal table
That was a great plan!!! Everything was exact except for my chop saw. It slipped a little during my cuts for the table top, but everything turned out fine. Thanks a lot for this site of free plans. I live in Canada and it cost $150 to build. A lumber store in the area had a much smaller one for $149. This one gives you lots of leg room. Thanks Again. Here is a picture
Corey & Lynne

 

hexagonal picnic table
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Kids Picnic table
Made for kids
I built this a couple of weeks ago. It went together really easily, and fits my 2 & 5 year olds perfectly with room to grow. It is their dining table! This is Fergus & Kelsey at their table. This is where they sit for nearly all their meals, and colouring etc.
B & J Tarrant

 

kid's picnic table


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