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My daughter is working in this food court for the summer. It's right behind the BC museum. They've made some very creative use of old pallets and wire spools.

 There aren't many customers here now, but at certain times,  there are big line ups. The furniture is a big hit.
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I love those wire spools for garden tables. Every so often I find an abandoned one left as litter in a road right-of-way, and I snatch them up when I do.
 
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That is awesome. A great pick of pallets being put to good use.
 
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The large wood reels have a dollar value of over a hundred in the form of a deposit from many suppliers. They are heavy, well built and expensive to replace.
 
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I remeber trying to redeem those reels as an apprentice. They were happy to take them, but would NOT pay the deposit. Wasted my time and gas, the jerks.
 
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If they didn't give me the deposit back I wouldn't give them the reels.
 
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