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Holly the Photog and I went to the Toledo Saturday Market today. I think we spent more, much more, than our assignment will get us.

We both bought a little yard art from Ron Smith of Recycled Ranch Relics. She bought a cow planter and a large flower and then ordered a “wino.” I bought a chicken and an owl.

Normally my birds will stay away from anything new in the garden for at least two days — even new bird feeders!

But not my new yard art! They seemed to know immediately what these were for …

Now I wish I had gotten the crazy bird bath piece with saws as wings.

Ron will be at the Toledo Saturday Market again on June 11th, if you want to do a bit of shopping. Just don’t get MINE before I get there!



  1. Love these – and they’re even better with birds on them 🙂

    • He has a penguin on his website, when I saw it I thought “EEEEEEE! For Dana!” and then I thought “Ooooooh! Shipping costs!!” 😛

      But I did, I thought of you. It’s the thought that counts, right?

  2. Where can I purchase these, please let me know. Thanks

  3. I love these! They are so beautiful in their natural rustic designs.

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  6. Wonderful art!

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