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Old 10-09-2004, 11:32 PM
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great company for the palm and bamboo trees , nice pieces and the bulk discount is great.

http://www.kinkadestudios.com/Mercha...y_Code=PHOENIX

everyone that comes here thinks they are real. you can get carried away , that's what miss open72 said

Great site, the wife is happy picking trees out for the new house, Thanks Jeff
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Old 10-10-2004, 07:40 AM
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I also like to shop @


http://www.everythingnautical.com/

take care, Sandy
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Anyone have any sources for lighted palm trees? Wanted some for outside that don't cost $1700 each. I've seen some on boats, etc at marinas, never got the chance to ask where they bought them.
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Anyone have any sources for lighted palm trees? Wanted some for outside that don't cost $1700 each. I've seen some on boats, etc at marinas, never got the chance to ask where they bought them.

saw those at SAM'S CLUB. they are fiber optic.

then you have these

http://www.fiberopticpalms.com/

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GO4BROKE,

Check out a place called The Cargo Net on South Bass Island (Put-In-Bay) in Ohio. They have some really nice nautical antiques. Couple of older fellows who travel the coasts during the winter and restore items to pristine condition. They are not cheap, but their stuff is real ... not crappy reproductions or imitations like you will sometimes find in the catalogue/mail orders.
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