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tropical in california

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on the Sacramento River with lots of wildlife we are trying for a tropical feeling so we feel we are on vacation all the time. my husband did 99% of the work, created the tiki bar and did all the tile work. we hope to finish the landscape this coming year.

Yard Categories: Back Yard Patio Water Feature

Comments / Q&A

OnFebruary 26,2009 said:

"Very nice and impressive. Where on the sacramento River are you? I posetd our pool which has a view of Folsom Lake."

On November 12,2008 said:

"Very nicely done."

On October 28,2008 Karen W said:

"I believe you succeeded with your tropical feeling. I love the tile and the tiki bar and the outdoor kitchen. The fountain is pretty cool too. And your view is just wonderful. Great job, be sure to add more pix as you finish the landscape"

On October 28,2008 Ron said:

"I would love to be there. Awsome place"

On October 28,2008 Lark said:

"You have created a wonderful area for family and friends. I love all the tile work. That fawn is sooooooo darling. Do you get alot of deer damage? Outstanding job!"

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