Marley's music had an immense impact on me as a youth and still resonates today Like many, he was my first introduction to reggae and since my first listen back in the 70s and 80s to now, his music does and will continue to stand the test of time and impact generations of fans and musicians alike for the high quality of song writing and his message of harmony and peace..
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Steps for How to Build a High-Tunnel Greenhouse:
1. Fasten together the 2x4 base with 3-inch screws.
2. Use a drill and auger to bore 1 [FRACTION 12]-inch-diameter holes into the ground inside each corner of the 2x4 base. Bore two more holes, evenly spaced, along each long side of the 2x4 base.
3. Onto each end of the 1-inch-diamenter PVC pipes attach a reducing coupling and short section of 1 1/4-inch PVC pipe. Glue on the parts with PVC primer and cement.
4. Slip one end of the PVC pipe onto one of the galvanized pipes. Then bend the PVC and slip its other end onto the galvanized pipe protruding from the opposite corner.
5. Repeat the previous step to install the three remaining PVC pipes.
6. Secure the ends of each PVC pipe to the 2x4 base with U-shaped metal pipe brackets. Attach the brackets with 1 1/4-inch screws and washers.
7. Build two doorframes out of 2x4s, then screw one to each end of the 2x4 base.
8. Cut diagonal 2x4 braces and install one to each side of both doorframes.
9. Next, cut two long 2x4 beams to span the length of the greenhouse. Screw the ends of the beams to the doorframes.
10. Build two doors out of pressure-treated 2x2s.
11. Set the doors in the doorframes and attach each one with three 3-inch butt hinges.
12. Screw a short wood block to the doorframe to act as a latch.
13. Cover the entire PVC-pipe frame with 4-mil plastic sheeting.
14. Secure the plastic sheeting to the 2x4s with 1/4-inch staples, spaced 3 inches apart.
15. Also, staple the plastic to the doorframes and to each door.[BR]
16. Use a utility knife to cut the plastic sheeting around each door.
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