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3.08.2009

SOLAR LIGHTS

One of the very few things I can fault about Tallahassee is its lack of a few good stores for household merchandise. As Green Readers know, I'm not big on consumerism, reduce and reuse being first preference. However, I do love solar lights that are a little nontraditional looking. We can all get the globes on sticks, but these new lights from Solig would look perfect hanging from my porch. They come on automatically at dusk, run for about 9 hours and turn themselves off at light. But, since the shades are made from Polyethylene, I'll have to wait for the next generation of lights available from Ikea.

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