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By johnboy 25 September 2006 26

Yesterday Smee sent in the aftermath of high winds that afflicted the region, in particular his part of the world the nature strip parallel with Lee Steere Crescent in Kambah not far from Village Creek Primary School.

Meanwhile Gordie is extremely unimpressed with the structure that his Curtin neighbours are building on their nature strip seemingly in lieu of going to the tip.


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resches 8:12 pm 11 Nov 06

there is one simlar to that in curtain near my mates house the kids realy love it and it has a huge skull and cross bones 🙂

KaneO 6:14 pm 26 Sep 06

Add a couple rocket boosters and and a transciever and the ACT’s first orbital satellite is good to go.

Thumper 4:18 pm 26 Sep 06

Rustic…

Absent Diane 4:17 pm 26 Sep 06

deb foskeys house?

Indi 4:09 pm 26 Sep 06

Canberra’s new emergency accommodation option…

bonfire 11:44 am 26 Sep 06

its where jupiter jones and the other two of the 3 investigators hang out…

snahon 11:33 am 26 Sep 06

Its only missing one thing. A big skull and cross bones with a KEEP OUT sign 🙂

Mr_Shab 11:30 am 26 Sep 06

Watertight, schmortertight. It’s for having secret meetings and defending yourself against the rampaging hordes of…whatever kids imagine there are rampaging hordes of these days.

Mr Evil 10:41 am 26 Sep 06

It looks about as watertight as the SIEV-X!

Danman 10:30 am 26 Sep 06

yeah I was just going to say that this looks like somethign me and my “club” would have built in the early 80’s in the pine plantation in the back of Giralang.

Ahh those were the days.

I remember running about a km home non stop because the local bully pulled a 5cm swiss army knife on me…

Does anyone else get lost in teh simplicity of their childhood compared to modern living ?

I find myself reminiscing (sp?) on it way too much these days.

Mr_Shab 10:23 am 26 Sep 06

Now THAT is the kinda cubby that I wanted to build as a kid. All that assorted crap must have taken a hell of a long time to gather. I say good luck to their pluck.

James-T-Kirk 10:19 am 26 Sep 06

Looks like some kids kick-arse cubby.

Well done to them I say.

Built in the same way we build them 40 years ago, before OH&S standards. Before the total lack or personal accountability for one’s actions.

I am confident that they didn’t get PALM approval. Nor should they.

Let the kids play.

Thumper 9:42 am 26 Sep 06

Yeah K, but we’d do it sooo much better….

Kerces 9:38 am 26 Sep 06

Nah Thumper, we couldn’t have an eyesore of the week cos the Sunday CT already has that one covered on its pre-letters page. We’d hate to be copycats or anything.

el 9:37 am 26 Sep 06

No guys, it’s a ‘renovator’s dream’.

And it could all be yours for the tiny sum of $375,000.

Mr Evil 9:25 am 26 Sep 06

Nah, wrong time of year to burn it now: too many fire bans in force!

Just wait until Autumn!

Danman 9:06 am 26 Sep 06

Mr Evil – lets soo how well it burns this weekend ? Our Russian friend Molotov would be proud of us.

VYBerlinaV8 9:05 am 26 Sep 06

Looks like govco accomodation – are we sure they won’t be moving it to Northbourne Ave?

Mr Evil 9:04 am 26 Sep 06

The beginnings of a 50ft high Jim Morrison statue/shrine?

I bet it’d burn well too.

Absent Diane 9:03 am 26 Sep 06

actually it kind of looks like it could be something out of wolf creek.. could it be some kind of murder den?

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