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"Southern Canada Cactus"
With two children still at home, Leslie Bonnett and his family aren't able to "snow bird" to Arizona for the winter, as many of their older neighbors do. So the Gravelbourg, Sask., farmer decided to bring a little piece of Arizona to his farm.
  "My folks winter in Mesa, Ariz., and I've been there often enough to know what a cactus looks like," Bonnett says. "So I built my own ęSouthern Canada Cactus' for our farm."
  He used scrap 2 in. sq. tubing to build the seven-armed cactus that stands 12 ft. tall and is painted green. It's located in the yard next to the house.
  Out-of-pocket expense was practically nothing since he used scrap.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Leslie Bonnett, Box 504, Gravelbourg, Sask., Canada S0H 1X0 (ph 306 648-2815).

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1999 - Volume #23, Issue #2