The Gazebo

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Blog series by MsDebbieP updated 06-17-2009 12:12 PM 5 parts 8271 reads 59 comments total

Part 1: Almost finished.

12-29-2007 09:10 PM by MsDebbieP | 7 comments »

Somewhere on here I’d started a blog about our gazebo. I’ll have to go back and find the other blog entries. We started out with a 10×10 tent gazebo purchased from Rona, and after the wind destroyed the frame, it became a wooden framed gazebo with the tarps for walls and roof. The weather has been rough on the tarps and we have had to start replacing the tarps with wood. Other than the 2×4’s, we have used scrap pieces of everything and anything we could find ...

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Part 2: Deck

08-22-2008 11:15 PM by MsDebbieP | 2 comments »

check out the brick “deck” that I created for our gazebo.Made from bricks I got from a Freecycle member!! woo hoo.

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Part 3: The Transformation Continues

12-07-2008 12:45 PM by MsDebbieP | 8 comments »

Dec. 7/08 Our gazebo continues to transform. Rick and I laugh when we sit inside our “cloth gazebo” that we purchased for a great price. What a deal we got. Yes, we used the cloth gazebo twice, before it’s twisted fate. The resurrection went from an added wooden floor, to a wooden frame, to wood/glass walls, and now to a wood roof. Our cheap gazebo has transformed in appearance as well as cost! Sheesh. Anyway, here is our latest version of our gazebo. (and yes, I know that only half ...

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Part 4: The Roof

03-31-2009 11:45 PM by MsDebbieP | 6 comments »

March 31/09 slowly but surely our gazebo is transforming.bye-bye tarps for a roof and hello sheet metal!!

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Part 5: It's getting closer

06-17-2009 12:12 PM by MsDebbieP | 36 comments »

June 16/09 Yes, indeed, our revised “gazebo” is getting closer to being completed! More than 4 years ago we began with something like this, as sold by Canadian Tire? The year after the frame was destroyed (within a month of purchase, due to high winds) our journey began for a replacement gazebo. First step: we built a deck floor and built a wooden frame on which we hung the screens, walls, and roof. The next year, the roof tore to shreds and we put up a tarp roof. ...

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