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    Spa Gazebos, Hot Tub Enclosures, Tiny Houses Kits For Sale - March 27, 2019 by admin

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    Amish Country Sheds & Moving LLC – Sheds, Gazebos - October 19, 2018 by admin

    Does my town or association require a shed permit - who handles that?

    Requirements between towns and associations vary greatly and may have restrictions regarding structure placement or size. It is your responsibility to contact your town or association and acquire and necessary paperwork and/or permits if required. However, we have found most are quite knowledgeable and provide quick answers - permits are often issued same day.

    Can I stop during off hours - at your location at 109 Rt 70, Medford, NJ at the Dutch Wagon Market - to view the models on display?

    Yes, people often come during the week when the market it closed. If we are there loading a shed for delivery, feel free to ask questions or to unlock a specific model.

    I see you have many styles and color combinations, can you also customize a shed?

    Certainly! While we stock a large selection of sheds available for immediate delivery with different styles, colors and options, sheds can be custom ordered with various shingle colors, siding, trim and door colors at no additional charge.

    Can I move doors and windows to different walls?

    Yes, we will work with you to make your structure unique - please move windows and doors around to fit your specific needs - at no additional charge.

    Can I add shelves, windows and dormers?

    There are many, many options you can add to make your shed fit your specific needs. Shelving and lofts options are popular, as well - ramps additional or larger windows, upgraded doors (steel or painted fiberglass), higher walls, and dormer windows can be added above or in the doors or even in the roof.

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    Custom Gazebo | Amish Country Gazebos - September 20, 2018 by admin

    At Amish Country Gazebos, we craft the worlds finest gazebos and deliver them directly to you, so that you can complete your backyard landscape at a price youll love. You will save money by buying directly from us, the manufacturer. With the money you save by buying direct, you can create lasting memories by hosting an outdoor party in your new gazebo. Imagine relaxing in your private escape even after your guests are gone. You can rest assured that we will work with you during every aspect of the project, from selecting the highest quality lumber to delivering on our trucks.

    We invite you to request & browse our catalog, so you can begin designing your perfect gazebo. Our skilled Amish craftsmen will build your gazebo in our shop in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We custom build gazebos ranging in size from an eight-foot octagon to a forty-foot rectangle in either wood or vinyl. Screened gazebos and enclosed systems are also available. A variety of decorative elements are also available to make your outdoor living functional and luxurious.

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    Gazebos & Pergola Kits – Sam’s Club - July 15, 2018 by admin

    An outdoor enclosure can be the perfect way to enjoy al fresco living in comfort and accent your yard area. A pergola or creates a special touch to your outdoor space while serving a functional purpose. Adding a pergola or gazebo will enhance the surroundings considerably and add elegance while providing a cool, shaded refuge. A pergola can be used in gardens, patios, decks, and even pool sides. Vines can be grown over the pergola to create an especially intimate ambience. Not only are gazebos and pergolas great for entertaining, but they are also perfect for a whole variety of other outdoor activities.

    When choosing gazebos or pergolas for your outdoor space, there are a few things to consider. Think about the size of the area where you'll be putting your gazebo or pergola and how large an enclosure will fit well. Do you envision a large number of your family and friends having a great time in your gazebo? Then you might want to look for as large an enclosure as you have space for. Also consider the other decor that you already have in your outdoor living space and be sure to select an enclosure in a style, material, and color that's complementary. Explore the wide selection of outdoor enclosures right here at Sam's Club to find the gazebo, pergola, or arbor that's perfect for you.

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    Outdoor Gazebos, Canopies & Pop-Ups | Big Lots - July 13, 2018 by admin

    Block out the sun's harmful rays with gazebos for your lounge space. Perfect for parties, outdoor events and picnics, outdoor canopies can provide the perfect place to hang out. Complete your party set up with outdoor furniture your guests will love. Dont forget to add some comfortable, shady seating under your gazebo with a new patio table. All of our patio furniture is fashionable and affordable, so you can relax in style!

    Create a refreshingly shady nook in your backyard by adding a gazebo to your space. There is nothing more peaceful than having an outdoor canopy to escape to after a long day. Shop gazebos with netting to keep the insects out. They provide a great barrier between you and those pesky flies, while still being able to enjoy the outdoors. Find the perfect size and style to suit your outdoor space with our selection of gazebos and canopies.

    Check out our selection of gazebos and outdoor canopies to find great deals, and elevate your outdoor style.

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    Hardtop Gazebos: Best 2018 Choices, Sorted by Size - July 9, 2018 by admin

    Maria, owner of BestHardtopGazebos.com

    Important please read!

    Hi! My name is Maria, and once upon a time, I was looking for my first hardtop gazebo just like you are now. I bought one that ended up being a huge hassle for me it took forever to ship, it was missing parts, it took a full day to assemble and it was flimsy on top of it all!

    Thats why this website exists. I dont want another homeowner to have to go through the same struggle that I did. These are the best hardtop gazebos that money can buy and they are all available on Amazon (to make sure you dont have a million problems with some random internet seller).

    If you are looking to buy a hardtop gazebo, you will find one that suits you on the list below. For your convenience, I have sorted them by size. You can view the key features of each, check the current prices, and even read full reviews of each individual one!

    Find your perfect hardtop gazebo below!

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    The Lancaster

    8 Feet Wide

    Perfect for Grilling

    Free Shipping

    5/5 Stars

    The Abba Patio

    9 Feet Wide

    Classic Steel Roof

    Lowest Cost

    4.5/5 Stars

    The Palermo

    10 Feet Wide

    Luxury Design

    High-End Construction

    4.5/5 Stars

    Chatham Steel

    10' x 12'

    Most Popular

    Curtains Included

    4.5/5 Stars

    Outsunny

    10' x 12'

    Lowest Price

    Simple Design

    3.5/5 Stars

    Messina

    10' x 12'

    Trusted Company

    Unique Paneling

    4.5/5 Stars

    Berkley Jensen

    10' x 12'

    Wide Legs

    Beautiful Roof

    N/A Stars

    Xtreme US

    10' x 12'

    Affordable

    Metal-Aluminum Blend

    3.5/5 Stars

    Palermo

    10' x 13'

    Most Popular

    Multi-Purpose

    4.5/5 Stars

    STC Madrid

    10' x 13'

    Majestic Build

    Geometric Angling

    4.5/5 Stars

    Meridien

    10' x 14'

    Angled Roof

    All-Season

    5/5 Stars

    Monterey

    10' x 14'

    Enclosed

    Polished Wood

    2/5 Stars

    Palermo

    12' x 12'

    Most Popular

    Classic Design

    4.5/5 Stars

    Riverstone

    12' x 12'

    Natural Framework

    Multiple Colors

    N/A Stars

    Sojag

    12' x 12'

    Thick Legs

    Large Roof

    5/5 Stars

    Castel

    12' x 14'

    Sliding Doors

    Classy Vibe

    N/A Stars

    Penguin

    12' x 14'

    Best Value

    Easy Assembly

    3.5/5 Stars

    Sojag

    12' x 14'

    Classic Design

    Nice Curtains Incl.

    3.5/5 Stars

    Messina

    12' x 16'

    Best Seller

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    Yoder’s Backyard Structures | Sheds | Gazebos | Playhouses - October 15, 2017 by admin

    It's fast and easy to find the perfect size shed or garage with our new structure visualizer. Use this handy virtual tool to choose any size shed or garage we offer and load it up with stuff. You'll know immediately if the size you want will meet your storage needs.

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    Hand built by Amish and Mennonite craftsmen in their communities throughout PA & OH our sheds, gazebos and playhouses are built to last with exquisite details that make a gorgeous addition to any backyard.

    Yoder's Backyard Structures delivers sheds, gazebos, & playhouses fully assembled and ready to use the same day. This enables us to deliver better quality, at less cost than most of our competitors.

    Family owned and operated, Yoder's Backyard Structures is committed to providing the best service possible. Have questions? We're ready to help you find the best shed, gazebo or playhouse for your needs.

    We keep a variety of sheds, gazebos and playhouses on display at our Burgettstown location. Our sheds are always open, so feel free to take a look inside, even after hours.

    Not sure where your new shed, gazebo or playhouse will look best in your yard or garden? Need help deciding on colors, styles or sizing options that will match your yard decor? Take advantage of our on-site consultation service! We'll visit your location and help you make all the right decisions! To schedule an on-site consultation, just call (724) 947-9741 or fill out our contact form.

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    Beautiful, Handcrafted Amish Storage Sheds: NJ | Amish Mike - October 7, 2017 by admin

    OurTraditional Series sheds provide a solution for all of your storage needs. TheTraditional Series sheds is the most economical choice for your shed using top grade lumber, T-1-11 siding, and our Traditional trim package and hardware.

    Our Traditional Series shed floors are built with pressure-treated 44 skids, 24 Pressure Treated floor joists 16 on-center, and 5/8 exterior grade plywood. The walls and roofs are framed with grade A 24 studs and rafters 16 on-center. The roof rafters are covered with 1/2 plywood sheathing and 30-year architectural shingles. Heat shield is available in the place of plywood roof sheathing. Traditional sheds have 1x4 T-1-11 roof lines with 4 overhangs.

    Traditional sheds include 18x27 windows with choice of shutters or trim, and the doors are standard doors with barn trim. The door is the same color as the shed. When ordering a Traditional Series shed, you have the choice of body, trim, and shingle color.

    The Traditional Series includes 2shed lines: Premium Qualityand Standard Quality(Doorbuster). The Premium Quality shed line is built using Dura-temp T-1-11 siding. Vinyl siding is also available in the Premium Quality series for an additional fee, which includes fiberglass insulated doors, and your choice of Dutch lap or shiplap siding. The Standard Quality/ Doorbuster shed line is built using smart siding, OSB roof underlay and the floor joists are NOT Pressure Treated. Vinyl siding is not available in this line.

    Our Deluxe series is a customer designed shed. It is a popular trim package that is a combination of a traditional and new england series. It features a 1 x 4 miratec corner, your choice of 1 x 4 window trim or shutters, accented doors with a 10 hinge. Its available in several different models.

    When ordering a Deluxe Series shed, you have the choice of body, trim, and shingle color see our Color Boards for paint colors.

    Amish Mikes New England Series sheds, built using the same base structure as the Premium Quality Traditional Shed series, adds an enhanced look to your shed using deluxe trim on the corners, windows and doors; deluxe doors with 10 antique hinges; larger windows; and the roof line is trimmed with 16 fascia boards. Vinyl or Lapp siding are also available on New England Series sheds; and, when ordering a shed, the customer has the choice of shed, trim, door and shingle color see our color boards for paint colors. View Color Boards

    As with our Traditional Series sheds, the floors are built with pressure-treated 44 skids, 24 Pressure Treated floor joists 16 on-center, and 5/8 exterior grade plywood. The walls and roofs are framed with grade A 24 studs 16 on-center. The roof rafters are covered with 1/2 plywood sheathing and 30-year architectural shingles. Heat shield is also available on the plywood roof sheathing. New England sheds have 1x6 Miratec fascia boards with 6 to 9 overhangs.

    Most New England sheds include 18x36 windows with choice of shutters or trim on the windows. The deluxe doors can be painted a separate color from the shed.

    Our most unique series with endless options; 10 antique of 6 decorative hinges, classic, round or eyebrow doors. Many different window options and sizes. Extended overhangs and garden vents. Primed T-111, golden plywood construction.

    The old country look and style that you desire.

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    City considers park rental fees – Rutland Herald - September 1, 2017 by admin

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    She pointed out there were a variety of approaches including some towns that charged high fees for gazebos and towns that charged kids baseball teams only if they were from out of town. Alderman Tom DePoy, chairman of the recreation committee, asked if ...

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    Grass Track: Victoria Pendleton’s racing roots – Rouleur (registration) - September 1, 2017 by admin

    A school playing field in England over the August Bank Holiday weekend. Dotted around its perimeter are stalls and marquees, burger stands and ice cream vans, gazebos and camping chairs. Saturdays torrential downpour is a distant memory and the sun occasionally pokes through the clouds to make the underfoot dry and keep Sundays crowd warm enough.

    A true English eccentric mans a stall of obsolete bicycle related junk (or collectors items, depending on your viewpoint.) Plastic cratefuls of decades old components including some rare as hens teeth Zeus bits and pieces nestle against row upon row of assorted nuts, bolts, brackets and clip on cable guides; an oxidising Aladdins cave of every item you never knew you needed, and most likely dont. Yet our bearded proprietor is doing a steady trade among those who like a good rummage.

    In the main marquee is an entrancing photographic display by the Tricycle Association, a sub-genre of cycling eccentricity out on its own.

    Imagery from, at a guess, the Isle of Man week in the 70s, depicts a snaking line of trikes weaving through narrow streets between rows of whitewashed terraces. And, to dispel the notion that this peculiar and crowd pleasing branch of cycle sport is consigned to the history books, shots of this years World Championships in Belgium adorn the display boards; the trikes pilots leaning at alarming angles to keep all three wheels grounded on a tight left hander. It is bike handling or trike handling, to be precise of the highest order.

    Back out in the open air, Islabikes is doing brisk trade all weekend long Ms Rowntrees range of wonderful miniature racing bikes and tiny pushalongs attracting a throng of kids and parents. The Islabike is the mount of choice for discerning toddlers and teenagers alike.

    Woe betide any unsuspecting newcomer who sets up where a bunch of Essex boys and girls have been pitching the last 20 odd years

    Gazebos dotted round the perimeter protect rollers from the elements, their owners spinning away in preparation for upcoming racing. There is a proprietorial air about the encampments. Clubs stake out their turf on Friday evening. Woe betide any unsuspecting newcomer who sets up where a bunch of Essex boys and girls have been pitching the last 20 odd years

    And the centrepiece of this scene? A 400 metre oval, staked out with tiny wooden pegs around its perimeter, that will see three days of action over this extended holiday weekend. This is grass track racing.

    Before the explosion of track racing as a paying spectacle in the late 19th century, grass ovals were the order of the day. It requires a flat field (the challenging but beautifully scenic Ambleside in the Lake District seemingly the exception to the rule), wooden pegs, and a bunch of willing riders on fixed wheel machines. Grass track is perfectly simple and a joy to watch. It is also peculiarly British with the exception of the Caribbean islands, where the sport still holds its own.

    The eastern swathe of Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk hosts many grass meets throughout the summer

    It is decidedly working class, practised by long established clubs from all over the country but with certain strongholds: former mining towns have a long association with this type of racing.

    The eastern swathe of Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk hosts many grass meets throughout the summer; the clubs of Maldon, Chelmer, Ipswich and Spalding swelling the ranks of the hosts in Mildenhall, with nearby Hertfordshire sending racers from Welwyn and Ashwell. From further afield, East Bradford, Chesterfield and Beacon Wheelers (from the far flung Penrith) field sizable contingents.

    There is a pleasing lack of expensive kit: club colours are de rigueur. Bikes are predominantly ageing track irons shod with file tread cyclo-cross tubs to bite into the grass on the 33 metre radius bends. The utilitarian and purely practical aspect of the machinery is in stark contrast to modern track bikes, with their astronomically expensive carbon frames and disc wheels. Grass track is truly a sport of the people.

    And a sport of families. To see three generations of one cycling clan at Mildenhall is far from unusual parents and children racing, grandparents cheering from the sidelines. Dean Downing, longstanding domestic professional for Rapha Condor Sharp, mans a stall alongside his father, Ken, while his daughter Lily scampers around with her freshly painted pirates face.

    Downing Senior and brother Johnny were both grass track riders of note, so unsurprisingly, both Dean and his younger brother Russell started in the same discipline. Dean still holds the record as the youngest winner of the national 8km title he was 17 and very proud of it he is too. Should Lily decide to follow in her fathers footsteps, it will undoubtedly be a grass track meeting where she takes those first pedal strokes.

    There is, and this was a pleasant surprise to me, a few quid to be made at grass track racing, especially on the Highland Games circuit. I spent a couple of weeks in Scotland a few years back, did seven meetings and came away with 1,500 in my pocket, says Dean. First prize for an 8km is 200, so if youre in good form, the money is pretty decent.

    The family connections are widespread in this world. Commentator Dave Kennedy keeps the crowd entertained with three days of flawless talking at Mildenhall, dry wit interspersed with useful information, but with amusing one liners to the fore. He is father to three grass track racing brothers, including multiple champion Richard, and organises grass track at the Heckington Show, where cycling competes competes with livestock and tug of war for the crowds attention.

    More siblings, in the shape of brothers Ben and Rowan Elliott, regularly carve up National Championship titles between them. This time it is younger brother Rowan who leaves Mildenhall with the 800m crown. Wives and children are in attendance, the toddlers blasting around the field on their tiny Islabikes whenever the chance arises. It is a special atmosphere.

    As I settle down to talk to organiser Max Pendleton at the end of a days racing in which he has acted as human pacer for ten keirin events, following a mere 16 the previous day it feels like I have witnessed the perfect cycling event. It has not been the parochial anachronism that I feared might have been wilting away in deepest Suffolk for the last two and a half decades. It is old school. It is peculiar. But it is also thriving and encompasses all that it good about the British club scene. There is a true sense of community that is clear in everyone I have talked to over the weekend.

    Pendleton is a fit, lean, tanned 67-year-old who could easily pass for a decade younger, on the bike or off. Yes, he is related to Victoria: hes her dad. Shes a former Mildenhall CC member and source of great pride to all at the club, and you can imagine where the double Olympic champion started racing. It teaches you such skills, says Max. Vickys bike handling is second to none and she learnt it on grass.

    Mildenhall is very much a cycling event, aimed at the cycling fraternity. Its predecessor, the Dairytime Gala, was pitched more at the local community, with mixed results. We decided to go looking for cyclists, rather than looking for Joe Public, explains Pendleton. We switched it to this and it just grew from there. It had a rough period five or six years ago, but it seems to be picking up now. We had 80 kids yesterday, 75 today. And there are four big kids leagues in this area, so it is building nicely.

    Grass track is very much the focus of the weekend but the programme of Audax rides, childrens duathlon, cyclo-cross and roller racing, plus the usual face painting and bouncy castle attractions for youngsters, provides something for everyone. There is plenty of serious action spread over the weekend including a National Championship but its interspersed with a healthy dose of fun and games. Pendleton and his team have nailed it.

    Grass track was very big in the 1920s to 50s, he says, especially at miners welfare meetings and company sports days: Electrolux, STC, Vauxhall, all the big companies round here used to have a sports meeting with mostly athletics, but interspersed with grass track.

    Three of us went to Ambleside and Heckington back in the 70s and came away with 500 between us

    Travel to the Lake District for the Ambleside Show and wrestlers clad in white long sleeve vests and matching long johns, covered by spectacular embroidered velvet knickers, grapple away in the centre of the track while the racing goes on around them a surreal scene. Pendleton confirms Dean Downings assertion that if you are handy on grass, the prize money is and was worth travelling for.

    Three of us went to Ambleside and Heckington back in the 70s and came away with 500 between us. That was decent money, considering I was probably earning about 2,000 a year then. Mind you, we did win two thirds of the events between us When it comes to winning its been like father, like daughter, although you get the impression Max has eased back somewhat from the days when he was coaxing the best out of the young Victoria.

    Standing on the final bend for the heats of the handicap sprint, I fully appreciate the skill involved in staying upright while hammering at full tilt on moist grass; the scratch rider having the unenviable task of passing all and sundry on the unworn outfield, both wheels bucking and skipping on every bump in the surface. The only way to get round in one piece, Ben Elliott assures me, is to keep the pressure on those pedals at all times. Ease off the gas for a split second and you are down

    If handicap sprinting sounds too demanding there is always the hoop race. In this variant of musical chairs, Pendleton mischievously roams the track scattering plastic rings, riders stalling and lurking until the blow of a whistle signals a mad scramble to position a back wheel inside the nearest circle. Cheating, if not actively encouraged, is certainly not frowned on. Pendleton is called upon to deliberate on disputes and promptly turns to the assembled throng to holler his decision in best pantomime tradition. The loser skulks away with a sheepish grin. The winner gets to sing a song over the PA system, whether they want to or not.

    The Bristow Devil, named after and sponsored by former Paralympian Mark Bristow, is an elimination race with a difference. The next to last rider over the line scores a point, to negate the (according to the inventor) unfair tactic of blasting away off the front for the duration of the race. Those bike handling skills Pendleton emphasises are tested to the limit under Bristows devilish rules, so ten riders cross the line in very close order travelling at a snails pace and treading the fine line between point scoring and being pulled out by MC Dave Kennedy. The dreaded call from the judges is delivered on first name terms and received with good grace by the riders.

    This mix of the serious and the decidedly not-so is a winning combination that deserves to succeed, and which seemingly is doing so. In the age of corporate sponsorship and ever increasing budgets for cycling events, there is still room for the club organised, grassroots event of which Mildenhall is a shining example.

    The following has gone down since its heyday, Pendleton concludes, but it has got a lot more relaxed: involve the crowd in the judging and it gets them warmed up and becomes the fun thing you have got here, which as far as I am concerned is beautiful. I love this.

    From the Rouleur annual, 2012

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