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  1. Default Pallett question 
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    Anything good you could do with pallets? Thanks.
     

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    Jax, I will try and send you a picture. I think you will like it.
     

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    Last season, we had what we thought was going to be a last minute fire marshal issue with one of our rooms so we ran out and grabbed a bunch of pallets and built a hallway from them. We have a few actor holes, back-lit the pallets, hung erosion cloth and added a few sheets of corrugated aluminum on the backs for actors to bang on. This is our second season using it and it is still a huge success. Next year, sadly, we will have to do away with it
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  4. Default Palletts 
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaxhaunt View Post
    Anything good you could do with pallets? Thanks.
    Try looking at my build thread on the home haunt section. And here is a quick pic of some of my palletts.
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  5. Default Pallets helped save the corn maze 
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    This year Ohio was hit with several strong storms. Our corn maze was cut 3 times due to wind. It did not lay the corn over but swirled it and left 2 stalks standing in the center. I used pallets to build walls were needs and built three shacks to fill in the blank spaces with them. I staacking them two high and then covered the outside with old barn wood. Then assembled the buildings, this also makes them easy to disassemble and store. Hope this helps.
     

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    These belong to Brad @ Ultimate Fear, AW , and Errie Field










    So the question really, is what do you want to make with them ?
    ~*~How is a raven like a writing desk ?
    ~*~*~There both the perfect tools for picking at the brain.
    ~*~*~*~An my favorite game you ask ?
    ~*~*~*~*~ Raven on the desk of course.

    Jessica Ward
     

  7. Default All Pallets 
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    Are not created equal.
    I was given some beautiful smaller ones shipped to the USA from Europe, where the wood came from, who knows?
    Just use your imagination when using pallets to build with and remember bigger, thicker framing lumber is in a structure for a very good reason, so a breeze doesn't collapse it on top of your head!
    Be carefull be smart.
     

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