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Beach-house style sets home apart. 
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Beach-house style sets home apart. (The Spokesman-Review)
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Blowin’ in the wind

Whirligigs can add at touch of old-time whimsy to your yard, says Cheryl-Anne Millsap.

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Seasoned collection

Phoebe Hruska has collected more than 200 decorative salt cellars..

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Truly re-cycling

Jim Nelson built his Harley Room using discount suppliers and reusables dealers.

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Inland beach house

Rockwood Boulevard home, perched on basalt outcropping, reminiscent of shore residences.

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Hardy Hydrangeas

Gardeners need to pick tough varieties flowering plant if they expect blooms, says Pat Munts.

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Save the spuds

Pat Munts offers strategies for fighting pests and disease in the potato patch.

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Don’t lose your pet

Summertime, especially Fourth of July, is a time to keep special watch over our animal buddies

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