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Those Adair County Yard Folk sit up by themselves!

Maury Lewis writes:
All of these folks are sitting on their own. We were not propping them up.They will sit in swings, in rocking chairs, or on an old log like they are sitting on here. (See photo linked article)

Some of the other Yard Folks have an extra leg or stake that is driven into the ground so they can stand in your flower beds. Or in a potted plant on your porch.

The Yard Folks are stuffed with plastic bags so when it rains they will dry out quickly. We chose making Yard Folks instead of scarecrows so they can be out all year long for you and your neighbors and family to enjoy.

We invite you to come by our booth on the square (not in the food court) to take a look. You may see one that reminds you of someone you know. Several of the Folks were made with people in mind.

See You At Downtown Days. . --Maury Lewis
Comments re photo 42123 Yard folk will be offered in silent auction




This story was posted on 2011-10-05 01:02:20
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