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Satellite Dish

Posted by jimrbto (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 12, 05 at 20:49

Does anyone know of a use for a 9' mesh satellite dish. I just switched from the big dish to Dish Network and don't know of a use for it.
Thanks for any help. .........Jim


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RE: Satellite Dish

Pond liner & slightly sunk into the ground for 1 AWESOME pond/foutain??


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I don't think mesh would make a good pond liner!


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Someone used a dish for a gazabo top - i thought I saw it here sometime ago.


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Socks.. You missed the part about the pond liner!!


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I just built a gazebo from an old mesh satellite dish.
I used four old post to sit the thing on to. It looks pretty good, I just need some more ideas on finishing it out.


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Go to garden junk,someone has pictures of a gazebo made from a satellite dish.Very nice to.
Kathi


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Any ideas about what can be made from a small satellite dish?...about 2 feet wide at the top.(They might be called something else...I don't have...surprise! cable...) someone tossed the dish out.


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Try HERE


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I'm looking for satellite dishes that people are throwing away. Not the small 2 foot dish...the slightly bigger ones. I'm doing fun projects at home with the old dishes. jondeeanthony@yahoo.com


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My mother turned hers into the strawberry bed.


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