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some white baby's breath flowers would be beautiful underneath. it looks awesome. ya'll done great job.

-Lisa

Wonderful! Great present, and great job setting the pole in. So special to fly the flag.

That is absolutely perfect, and beautiful!!! I had a flag flying on our barn in NE, and it looked so awesome...here I have to have it on the front of the house, but it's still nice. Yours is a DREAM! I would LOVE to have a big one like that some day. Kudos to Alan for all that hard work, and hugs to both of you for loving this country! :D

Looks great - I think Alan deserves a salute for the hard work! I once worked for a federal judge who wanted to put a flag pole in his back yard, but his homeowners assn wouldn't allow it. He was outraged, but never did challenge them.

I love your new addition! I read all your blog posts but since I also read many other blogs don't have time to comment very often. But, since your new flag brought me to your comment section I will also say what I think so often when reading your blog. I am always touched by the pictures of the animals you have rescued. It is so wonderful to see animals like Moose and Twiggy enjoying the great home you have given them. My husband and I don't have the ability to take more animals right now... we're down to our last two horses at the present time and while we love them dearly, sometimes it's almost too much for my husband. But, I just wanted to say thanks for sharing your animal stories and even more, thanks for all you do to help so many precious animals.

Awesome!God Bless America!

I would have thought that he would use the auger on the back of the tractor and drill some holes in the corners of a square base pour a raised slab with some mesh and bar around the edge. Then there is powder......that digging makes my back hurt just thinking about it. KaaBoooom! Love, Dad

Beautiful and Awesome! God bless America!! ♥

I love it! There is nothing like a wonderful American flag flying over the beautiful state of Texas. Now, you just need it in the midst of all your bluebonnets! :)

It is beautiful. Alan did a great job *planting* it securely. May it wave proudly for many years.

That's AWESOME!

"You're a grand old flag,
You're a high flying flag
And forever in peace may you wave.
You're the emblem of
The land I love.
The home of the free and the brave.
Ev'ry heart beats true
'neath the Red, White and Blue,
Where there's never a boast or brag.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
Keep your eye on the grand old flag. "

This is such a happy post that I broke into song! The flag look GRAND! And yes, most definitely, scatter some flower seeds! More grandness!

John has always wanted to be able to have a flag pole. He's put up plastic pipe and made his own but we have strong winds here, too, and it always gets broken. Where did you get the pole?

Love it!

It looks grand! And I think flower seeds...in patriotic colors!

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