Let me introduce you. Mike, this is a good snow shovel. Good snow
shovel, this is Mike. He's not going to be happy about using you, but at
least he'll be able to get the job done effectively with no worries about
breaking you. :-)
The good snow shovel likes long walks on the driveway, being left out in
the freezing cold, and responds really nicely to a little lube. Forget
dinner and a movie, you can get right to action!
I believe they once held urn shaped planters, but not sure where you
would find replacements. Perhaps one of the big box stores has a
lightweight round planter urn that would fit well enough to serve the
They are Veranda or porch container holders. Ceramic pots with a rim
sits over the top inset and flows downward but does not touch. They
hang on the top rim.
But alternate use - maybe lounge chair table or snack tray holder with
the other on the other side with a tub of 'beverage'.
On 11/17/2015 3:54 PM, Jim wrote:
On Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at 3:54:25 PM UTC-6, Jim wrote:
What are they? I just can't walk by anything heavy...
Too short for a patio dining-type table. Maybe side tables.
But I think plant holders. And let's not be common. Let's be more sophi
sticated, upper class.... lends itself to more value. They are for jardin
On reflection, it's possible were pots with 'em that did have lips to
sit in the rim cutout. Maybe were left out and water collected and
froze and cracked 'em sometime in the past??? I was thinking the table
tops had been broken was reason for the pitchout, but either way they're
a nice piece o' work that could be made functional relatively easily
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