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Because I never really think of ramps in the garden and I should…and they don’t always have to be so wide…in fact skinny is kind of interesting. By Owen Chubb in Dublin, Ireland.
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March 30th, 2009 at 1:54 pm
Ramps are not only an elegant solution to grade changes; but comply with universal design
ideas- we should consider our Dsigns in light of inclusive for all peeps using them.. another example of the great addage ‘ the question IS the answer ‘
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