porch rail

porch rail

A molded wood member extending between columns or posts of a porch, veranda, etc., and joining either the tops or bottoms of the balusters.
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wielding a machete and striking it against a porch rail.
However, strange things begin to happen - her car which was parked in her garden now travels slowly along the living room wall; a spotted cow initially an image on the TV screen now moves through the room; the sound of a ship horn wails throughout the dense forest as the image of a harbour emerges beyond the porch rail.
When evaluating the best place to add a ramp, ask: Can an existing porch rail be cut out?
Consider growing a climbing vine along the porch rail or up columns for a charming look and fragrant breezes.
The tiles can be slid into a frame that can be mounted to the house siding or porch rail.
Flower box on porch rail Having no side yard can frustrate an avid gardener who wants to see flowers through every door and window.
Imagine the fright factor of a crawling hand on the porch rail (Item# 122300, $9.
A stone corbel on a building, the intricate design in a porch rail, or the arch of a bridge, are all things that, once highlighted in a drawing, catch people's attention.
CUTLINE: (1) A black bear cub perches Tuesday on the porch rail of a Botany Bay apartment in Worcester (2) "He absolutely destroyed the squirrel-proof bird feeder," said Betsy Sargisson, a Botany Bay Apartments resident.
FLW Tour anglers will be assisting Homes of Hope interns in building porch rails at Homes of Hope for the new LoCAL home project.