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The Letter R

10.5" x 10" E6, E8

R - gravel

OUR COUNTRY WEDDING, Y’ALL

After over a year of planning a wedding, I can honestly say it has been the most stressful experience of my life. It has also been the most rewarding. It’s like a version of yourself comes ou…

letter R

Explore Leo Reynolds' photos on Flickr. Leo Reynolds has uploaded 179402 photos to Flickr.

letter R

Explore Leo Reynolds' photos on Flickr. Leo Reynolds has uploaded 179402 photos to Flickr.

letter R

Explore Leo Reynolds' photos on Flickr. Leo Reynolds has uploaded 178434 photos to Flickr.

R

R is for Royals, a dodgy amusement arcade / cheap fags place

Letter R

Dear Letter Hunters You are more than welcome to download and use the letters in this set for non-commercial purposes but <b>PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE</b> do not <b>fav</b> them. Thanks Leo

letter R

Elm Hill, Norwich, Norfolk, England, UK

I'd Like to Buy a Vowel...

When it comes to decorating with salvage letters, I’m a FAN! I love everything about them. I love the different sizes and colors, the rust, peeling paint and the variety… so much variety. While we were shopping Antiques Week last spring, my obsession got the better of me and I ended up bringing home a truck load of salvage letters. LITERALLY! Yup, that’s my truck! Bet you thought I was joking. I would never joke about something as serious as my love for salvage. When we came across this huge…

letter R

North Walsham, Norfolk, England, UK

Letter R

Dear Letter Hunters You are more than welcome to download and use the letters in this set for non-commercial purposes but <b>PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE</b> do not <b>fav</b> them. Thanks Leo

letter R

Explore Leo Reynolds' photos on Flickr. Leo Reynolds has uploaded 178808 photos to Flickr.

R is for "Recycling"

I don't know why we started Recycling, except that it was Brynne's idea. She was really excited about it, so I bought three rope-handled tubs to put in our garage for paper, plastic, and aluminum cans. Our method is to put anything recyclable on our counter by the stove, and then a few times a day we take it out and put it in it's proper tub. Once the tubs are full (or overflowing, as is usually the case), we load them up in the back of the Suburban and take them to our Recycling Center in…