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Old 01-21-2013, 02:34 PM   #1
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Drove by this today and had to stop to take a picture.

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A masons mobile home?

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huh......neat?
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A masons mobile home?
We had a mason (R.I.P) who lived in a mobile home and he did it up. Stucco, brick arches, concrete, etc. In the end it looked a lot better but you could still tell it was a MH.
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If I had a mobile home, I would put fred flintstone granite wheels on it !
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A masons mobile home?
That's my guess! I was just zipping down a dirt road in the county and saw it and had to take a picture.
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Got a whole neighborhood of them here. Big arches over the drive and stone fences...then ya look through the gate and see the single wide mobile home, chickens in the yard, and dog tied to whatever is handy....
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That may be quirky, but it shows the power of Masonry. I think that improves the property value of the home even if it's mobile. Prospective buyers in the market for a Mobile Home may appreciate it. It's like an episode of flip this house. Nice Find =)
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I for one, think it is a nice change of scenery. Looking at a brick entry on a mobile home beats seeing a burning trash pile, junk cars and a pack of filthy dogs any day.

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