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My aisles are only big enough to get the lawn mower through, I think about 26", maybe a bit more.donnainzone10 wrote:I agree that this is a nifty layout. However, one needs 3' aisles. These do not appear to be more than 2', if that.
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Good points about the size of the aisle... but I'd still make this if I could - maybe bigger so that the space in the middle could be bigger, and making sure to have a good wide border all around it. I think it's a great use of space.
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