At Honey Horn: the Butterfly House

We ended our outing at Honey Horn with the butterfly house.

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It reminds me of a pole structure that’s been screened. The man that made my shed used a “pole” method that he used for other out buildings, like pole barns. The poles are sunk into deep, concrete-filled holes, and it’s super-strong. If we have a hurricane and don’t evacuate, I’m going to the shed.

This means we are at the end of our outing, and there’s only 2 meals left before the SugarCousins will be on their way.

Oh, sadness.

 

 

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