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How do people use their back yard?

What do people like to do in their backyard?  Well, this infographic from the California Association of REALTORS offers some insight into what homeowners like to do.  They even offer some insigh into why people improve their yards which is very important as well. 

I spend quite a bit of time in my backyard just enjoying a glass of wine or a meal with my family.  We'll often spend time on the patio just relaxing a bit, depending on the weather.  How do you like to spend time in your yard?

 

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Comment balloon 10 commentsBryan Robertson • July 02 2013 02:39PM
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