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Seen here: Elder Forest God
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he has a shrubbery! stay away from the shubbery
 
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Now that's what I call ART!! Very cool.
 
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fiona smith wrote: he has a shrubbery! stay away from the shubbery



There is a pestilence upon this land! Nothing is sacred! Even those who arrange and design shrubberies are under considerable economic stress at this period in history!
 
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Seen here: Dead-Head growing some green

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The eye holes were once slots which held boards where axe men stood. This allowed them to chop the tree above the wide buttress. It was a big time saver in the days of axes and cross cut saws.
 
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Great Now everywhere I look I'm seeing creepy faces. Just look what was on my clothesline this morning.


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A pair of shorts I might not ever wear again.
 
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