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DIY Mom: Summer Projects

City: Halifax
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Rebekah Higgs

This summer, Rebekah popped over to her parents' home on the South Shore of Nova Scotia to make some special editions to the oceanfront property. With material and instructions from Home Hardware's Backyard Building Projects, Rebekah tackles piecing together a canoe/kayak rack and a dock!


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Episodes

Episode 1

Rebekah tackles backyard building projects for this special summer edition of DIY Mom. First up, a canoe and kayak rack built with pressure treated lumber and building instructions from Home Hardware. 

Episode 2

What does every waterfront cottage need? A floating dock! Rebekah tackles the perfect summer project by building a floating dock from scratch in less than a day. Using the dock edge package from Home Hardware, watch and see if Rebekah and her family can get this dock built and in the water before the tide covers up the beach! 

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