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Object of Desire: Bamboo Gravel Rake

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Object of Desire: Bamboo Gravel Rake

July 27, 2016

Any gravel garden could use a “meditation in motion.” Meet the stylish bamboo gravel rake:

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Above: From Shed in Healdsburg, California, a Bamboo Gravel Rake can “invoke a softly lapping ocean or a rapidly flowing river, or to catch the sun as it travels across the sky. Raking is also a form of meditation in motion”; $14.

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Above: At 27 inches long this bamboo rake can reach under shrubs.

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