Mark Laken wrote:fast growing tall grasses, sunflowers, raspberry briars, and concord grape trellis make good enchanting spaces. I still remember going to pick berries for my grandmas pancakes.
Nicole Alderman wrote:IOne thing I've discovered is that the more involved the KIDS are in creating/planning their areas, the more they love it. -- < snip to shorten >-- They probably won't have the attention span to do much, but when it's magically done the next time they come, they will feel a whole lot more like it's theirs, than they probably would otherwise.
elle sagenev wrote:Oh and I found a canoe with a hole in it at the metal recycling place. Bought it and BAM, easy.
James Landreth wrote:Thanks for all the ideas everyone! The old canoe is surely a new one
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