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Charlie's Big Ol' PVC Tree


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By Shannon - Posted on 02 September 2010

Charlie decided he would make a tree similar to Ray's PVC tree. I believe he said this one was 9' tall.

Charlie's PVC Tree -1 - 09-01-2010
Charlie's PVC Tree -2 - 09-01-2010
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Nice...

Make It Count!!! <><

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This thing rocks! How many fish have you caught over this in these few months? If you could box it, you could sell It!!

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