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    In order to create a wine bottle garden fountain you must first decide on where you want to dig the hole that will accommodate a minimum of 18 bottles, a spray fountainhead, water pump, a sump, rocks, bricks and some pavers. All of your materials are going to be submerged.

    The wine bottles will be turned upside down so that the bottoms are at the top. You want to find traditional wine bottles in a variety of colors, as their high school home school are concave. The dipped bottoms catch the water as it sprays from the fountainhead and create magical, tiny, colorful pools. The reflection from the tiny pools that this creates in the sunlight is spectacular and inspiring.

    2 Responses to “OF COURSE THEY ARE”

    Comment by
    January 9th, 2009
    at 11:52 pm

    Buh… what?

    I thought that the system may have done some sort of automatic substitution, but what could the original work or phrase possibly have been?

    By the way, the “dipped bottom” is called a “punt” or a “kick-up.”

    Comment by
    January 10th, 2009
    at 8:58 am

    I think the whole article was lifted from another website, one that had ad links scattered throughout, and the links turned into regular text in the transfer.