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Photo: Garden protection

Posted: January 10, 2013 - 1:06am
Ammon Clay McDole, left, is helped by his son-in-law, Brian Wall Coyle, as they fix a screen used to protect a Japanese maple tree in McDole's yard on First Street in Douglas on Wednesday. McDole sets up an extensive array of screens every winter to protect his garden plants from winds that cross Gastineau Channel from Mount Roberts.   Michael Penn / Juneau Empire
Michael Penn / Juneau Empire
Ammon Clay McDole, left, is helped by his son-in-law, Brian Wall Coyle, as they fix a screen used to protect a Japanese maple tree in McDole's yard on First Street in Douglas on Wednesday. McDole sets up an extensive array of screens every winter to protect his garden plants from winds that cross Gastineau Channel from Mount Roberts.

Ammon Clay McDole, left, is helped by his son-in-law, Brian Wall Coyle, as they fix a screen used to protect a Japanese maple tree in McDole’s yard on First Street in Douglas on Wednesday. McDole sets up an extensive array of screens every winter to protect his garden plants from winds that cross Gastineau Channel from Mount Roberts.

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