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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: 1716 LOCUST

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1716 LOCUST

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: FIRE UP THE GRILL!

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FIRE UP THE GRILL!

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: GARDEN PLANS

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GARDEN PLANS

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: CUSTOMER SERVICE ON BHG.COM

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CUSTOMER SERVICE ON BHG.COM

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: You could WIN a Spa Getaway!

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You could WIN a Spa Getaway!

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Inspired by Patchwork

Pages: 21, 22, 24, 26, 28

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Inspired by Patchwork

The timeless craft of patchwork gets a fashionable spin with these modern interpretations.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Gathering for the good times

Pages: 32, 34, 35, 36, 38, 40

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Gathering for the good times

Dining with dignitaries at the White House and hosting receptions at the Governor's Mansion have been standard fare for much of David and Barbara Pryor's life together. During David's political career-- which included decades spent in Washington as a senator and a member of the House of Representatives as well as a term as the governor of Arkansas-- fine dining was all in a day's work.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: NEUTRAL TERRITORY

Pages: 44, 46, 48

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NEUTRAL TERRITORY

Layers of texture, a focus on form, and a few strategic dashes of color spice up a subdued palette in the living room of this Rhode Island home.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME

Pages: 52, 54, 56, 58, 60

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BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME

Castoff furnishings and salvaged objects from an Atlanta basement find a second life in this Rosemary Beach, Florida, getaway.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: COMING HOME TO A FRESH START

Pages: 64, 66, 67, 68, 69

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COMING HOME TO A FRESH START

A Washington State woman returns to her roots and gives a dated bungalow-- and herself-- a new beginning.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: 48-HOUR MAKEOVER

Pages: 70, 72, 74, 76

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48-HOUR MAKEOVER

Ready, set, go! One blah room, two free days, and a decorating adventure equal a fun and personal space to enjoy now.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: ROMANCE BEHIND THE WALLS

Pages: 80, 82, 84, 86, 87, 88

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ROMANCE BEHIND THE WALLS

A hidden courtyard garden in Virginia, lovingly tended by its English-born owners, offers lessons in small-space design and romantic style.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: EAST MEETS DECK

Pages: 92, 94, 96, 97

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EAST MEETS DECK

A fascination with all things Turkish prompts a talented designer to transform her outdoor space into an exotic oasis.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: CULTIVATING A NEW LIFE

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CULTIVATING A NEW LIFE

A former top executive finds happiness tending her gardens and crossing thousands of daylilies to create new varieties.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: GROWING HOME AGAIN

Pages: 108, 110, 112, 114

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GROWING HOME AGAIN

An award-winning inner-city garden in the demanding climate of the Arizona desert honors the owners' Southwestern family heritage.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Party Drama

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Party Drama

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: It's About Time

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It's About Time

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: I'll Have T-Bone

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I'll Have T-Bone

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: WHAT'S IN A FRAME?

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WHAT'S IN A FRAME?

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: 100 Years of Design

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100 Years of Design

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Pattern's Fresh Face

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Pattern's Fresh Face

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: WHERE'S THE SHELF?

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WHERE'S THE SHELF?

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: CLEAN MACHINE

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CLEAN MACHINE

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Brewing Good

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Brewing Good

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Just Dip

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Just Dip

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Great Find: High-Design Feeder

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Great Find: High-Design Feeder

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Prince of a Gardener

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Prince of a Gardener

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: FOR THE BIRDS

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FOR THE BIRDS

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: SWINGIN' WEEKEND

Pages: 146, 148

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SWINGIN' WEEKEND

The world takes on a whole new perspective when viewed from a gently swaying hammock. Don't have two perfectly spaced trees? No problem. You'll still have it made in the shade when you buy a sturdy hammock stand and set aside space on a patio, sunroom, or deck.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: SUMMER'S BEST LEMONADE

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SUMMER'S BEST LEMONADE

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: BLUE-RIBBON FAIRS

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BLUE-RIBBON FAIRS

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: SLUGGER SCARECROW

Page: 150

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SLUGGER SCARECROW

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: BROKER TO BEACHCOMBER

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BROKER TO BEACHCOMBER

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: ROCKING THE BLOCK

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ROCKING THE BLOCK

At a block party everyone relaxes, has fun, and gets to know each other. Host a neighborhood get-together this summer and spur long-time friendships!

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: SLICES OF SUMMER

Page: 154

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SLICES OF SUMMER

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: TAKE IT OUTSIDE

Pages: 156, 157, 158

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TAKE IT OUTSIDE

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: SLICES OF SUMMER

Page: 158

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SLICES OF SUMMER

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: SOOTHE sibling clashes

Pages: 162, 164, 166

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SOOTHE sibling clashes

Brothers bickering? Sisters squabbling? Help your children work toward peaceful resolutions, and watch the conflicts and rivalries diminish.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: VIBRANT DAYLILIES

Page: 169

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VIBRANT DAYLILIES

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Vacations WITH A heart

Pages: 170, 172, 174

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Vacations WITH A heart

Spending quality time together takes on a whole new meaning when you travel with your family on a volunteer vacation.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: TAKE Charge OF YOUR Debt

Pages: 176, 179, 180

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TAKE Charge OF YOUR Debt

Dig yourself out of credit card debt-- or avoid pay-by-credit pitfalls in the first place. And if you're thinking about bankruptcy, think again.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: PARENT LIABILITY: Know the ropes

Pages: 182, 184, 187

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PARENT LIABILITY: Know the ropes

Your child made a mistake, but you're shouldering the consequences. Keep your family out of trouble and learn liability laws in your state.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Cottage Industry

Pages: 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200

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Cottage Industry

When they talk about their previous remodeling experiences, including overhauling their last home and adding on to a vacation cabin, Lisa simply remarks that renovation is their "hobby". In describing their latest project-which involved turning a 1,100-square-foot cottage into a family home nearly triple that size--Jeff nonchalantly calls it a "fun challenge." Add in that Lisa designed the new space, she and Jeff served as general contractors, and Jeff built some of the cabinetry, installed V-groove paneling, and did electrical work.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: High on Hydrangeas

Pages: 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210

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High on Hydrangeas

Gloria Ward is one of those gardeners who wears a constant smile even on the hottest days of summer. Her sea of blue hydrangeas makes her beam, especially knowing that there is always room for one more.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Coming Home to Paradise

Pages: 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220

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Coming Home to Paradise

From the comfy club chair in the bay window of her living room, Kris Hermance takes in a view of water, wetlands, and trees.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: NASTURTIUM'S PEPPERY PUNCH

Pages: 248, 250, 251

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NASTURTIUM'S PEPPERY PUNCH

Bright, multi-color flowers and lily pad-shape leaves identify the edible ornamental plant, nasturtium. A member of the cress family (it is also called "Indian cress"), it perks up fresh summer dishes with its pungent, peppery flavor.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: CLASSIC BEAUTIES

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CLASSIC BEAUTIES

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Treasure or Trash?

Pages: 262, 264

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Treasure or Trash?

Yard sales are great places to snag deals on books, furniture, and bric-a-brac. But beware: Not all that glitters should be resold.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: WAKING UP IS HARD TO DO

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WAKING UP IS HARD TO DO

Are mornings a slow trudge through mental molasses for you? There's a reason for that. It's called sleep inertia. "It takes the brain a little time to transition from sleeping to alert wakefulness," says Kenneth Wright, director of the Sleep and Chronobiology Laboratory at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Father's Day Gift Guide

Pages: 266, 268, 269

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Father's Day Gift Guide

Choose gifts that will help keep Dad healthy and safe this Father's Day and all the days thereafter. Here are some to consider.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: What Are the Odds?

Pages: 270, 274

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What Are the Odds?

The best thing about summer is that you get to spend so much time outside. The worst thing about summer is that you get to spend so much time outside.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: THE KITCHEN IS CLOSED

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THE KITCHEN IS CLOSED

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: KNOW YOUR MOWING

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KNOW YOUR MOWING

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Heart Health On the Periphery

Pages: 276, 278

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Heart Health On the Periphery

Until recently vascular disease-- which affects the blood vessels outside the heart, including the carotid arteries, the aorta, and the veins and arteries in the legs and arms-- was considered primarily a man's disease. No longer.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: REACH FOR SUNBURN RELIEF

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REACH FOR SUNBURN RELIEF

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: AFTER THE ACCIDENT

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AFTER THE ACCIDENT

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: Boredom Busters for Best Friends

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Boredom Busters for Best Friends

Have you ever come home at the end of the day to find your shoes chewed to bits or your curtains pulled off the rods? Believe it or not, your dog or cat isn't being deliberately destructive, says Patricia McConnell, a certified applied animal behaviorist in Black Earth, Wisconsin, and author of The Other End of the Leash: Why We Do What We Do Around Dogs. "He sees it as trying to play with something interesting," she says.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 2006 Magazine Article: SPECIAL delivery

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SPECIAL delivery

I always try to keep a book of stamps in the car for emergencies, such as a sudden urge to send someone I know a jackalope postcard. I don't have too many other reasons for needing a stamp these days, since I otherwise rely on e-mail to keep in touch with far-flung friends and family, and we pay all of our bills online.

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