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Permaculture rocks - no, I mean actual rocks

 
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Chris, I believe I've seen broken concrete referred referred to as "urbanite."  They've recently demolished a building in town that was gutted by fire last year and I've been drooling over the piles of brick and concrete.  
 
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I really enjoyed looking at all the beautiful rock creations everyone has made. Thanks for sharing! Here are a couple of my meager efforts at using my stones. I'm still working on using them all up.
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