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I love this hay-bale moose. Killington Hay Sculpture Festival, Killington, Vermont, October 8, 2012

what the hay ?

Painted Hay Bale at Hill Ridge Farms by Cyndi McKnight 2012

simply amamzing.. thanks to the original poster

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Haybale dirt no mess (except hay). Will try this next summer need to keep it watered well.

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