Thursday, December 06, 2007

Roo Burger


I like urns and gargoyles etc on the tops of old buildings but I am not sure about a kangaroo. I wonder if it is original?

Oh, and 'roo or not, they do a fine hamburger.

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  1. Living is Detail12:34 pm

    Another great observation Andrew.
    Now I am going to be looking for unusual gargoyles everywhere.

    Maybe it is original. I did a quick search and found this example of Kangaroo gargoyles on The Carlton Club in Carlton.

    image of The Carlton Club

    LiD

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  3. interesting! Never that b4!

    Keshi.

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  4. Beautiful building LiD. I have since come across one at a Masonic club, emu and kangaroo.

    South of High Street near Coles. I work near there RH.

    Very little of any of that sort of thing in Sydney from what I have seen Keshi.

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  6. I know them roughly. My hairdresser used to be on the corner of Station St.

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  7. I work around the corner at a rather large private hospital - I'm sure you can guess which one - but my lunch time walks generally end at Books In Print or Jeffery's. I must take a longer stroll and check this out for myself.

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  8. Ah, the hospital that ate Malvern. Fish and chip shop is almost opposite Readings.

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  10. Given my friend's shop was next to where Ball and Welsh were, it was probably his recessed doorway your mate pissed in. Ended up with? Are you gonna kiss and tell?

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  11. And RH, you can rekindle your memories here http://www.ids.u-net.com/cash/

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