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What can you do with a perfectly good tree after its leaves have come out to make it look even better? Well it seems the kids and adults in Port Stanley have their own ideas on that as they 'yarn bombed' the tree in front of the Port Stanley library on June 7, 2014.

Actually, they didn't stop at just the tree. Go down and have a look and you'll see strings of yarn pennants decorating the entire front area of the library and theatre building and some reaching over into Glover Park.

Yes, Nature produces beautiful flowers and tree leaves, but what's wrong with giving Nature a little help? The inventive yarn creations add some colours not normally found on a given species of tree or flower, and that just adds to the fun. In Port Stanley, we always like to do things that are a little 'off the wall' - maybe it's something in the water.


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