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  • Leah Fox

    tree trunk segments instead of stepping stones. Genius! Garden pathway idea I would love at my house one day

  • Rebecca W

    Use an old tree stump to make a garden path. Such a cute idea for a nice walkway

  • Bella Swan

    ohhhh my new garden pathway idea. Reuse an old tree to make a log pathway.

  • Sarah Robinson :-} X

    COOKIES! Reuse an old tree to make a log pathway in your garden. LOVE THIS!!! Best idea I have saw for a walkway!

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