I expect the solar panels are worth more than the vehicle they sit upon. But I have noticed some people do like these older recreational vehicles for the simplicity and reliability.
Found in my phone last week. I don't know the name of the bridge but I know where it is and what it crosses. Any ideas?
In Mother's local shopping centre.
On the way home from our Sunday drive last week, we stopped off at a plant nursery and bought a potted cyclamen for the balcony. The nursery was very nice and such a lot on offer compared to the hit or miss big green tin hardware shed plant offerings. The nursery had a few budgies in large cages, mixed in with cockatiels. There were young birds and so kept seperate.
This reminds you of?
If you are of a certain age, probably this.
A bit different, I suppose.
They may be nice enough inside, but they are disgusting on the outside. Talk about utilitarian.
Firefighting Nephew loves this building and as well seaside house, would like an apartment in this building, that is the tall skinny blue framed one.
The Forum is undergoing restoration in a deal that will see entrepreneur David Marriner get approval for a highrise block in behind.
A recent discussion had us wondering if Traveller's Aid still operated. It does, at Flinders Street Station and Spencer Street Station.
Well, here is a new balcony sighting which I need to mention. Magpie, mudlark, two corella species, rainbow lorikeets, sulphur crested cockatoos, butcher bird, sparrows, Indian mynas, ravens, and probably some I have forgotten have made an appearance on our balcony. To this I can now add a currawong.