Friday Five with Bob Vila

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If you’re an HGTV or DIY Network fanatic, it’s a must to understand that the channel didn’t blossom out of nowhere. Long up to now, Bob Vila and This Old House laid the groundwork for DIY as leisure. Vila, who has spent his career serving to people enhance their homes (and lives), went on to present comparable offshoot assortment, Bob Vila’s Home Again, Bob Vila, and Restore America with Bob Vila. His latest efforts embrace tackling the online world collectively together with his webisode pilot assortment Building Green. We’re lucky to say he’s the star of this week’s Friday Five.

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M. Florida Gardens I grew up with a small front and back yard in Miami that my father tended. I helped and finally as a youngster, I did a whole lot of the work. I’ve on a regular basis beloved the tropical panorama.

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K. Cars I’ve been lucky with cars. My first was an MGA, and I’ve owned a primary W-type. The Mercedes inside the picture was bought new in ’sixty eight by my in-authorized tips.

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A. Great Wine I found a bit about wines when I lived in Europe inside the early ’70s. I found far more from my late father-in-regulation, Joe King, who was generous collectively together with his fantastic cellar.

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A. Italian Design Italian-made garments lasts a really very long time, and the tailoring is comfortable and classy. I consider the wardrobe mistress on the Today current handing me once more my Brioni jacket after she’d pressed it, saying, “Bob, that blazer don’t owe you nothin’.”

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T. The Sea Growing up in Miami and Havana, the ocean was on a regular basis inside attain. The two years I lived in Germany deprived me of that closeness. Since then, I’ve certainly not lived too faraway from the shore.

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