Double Boozies

Nice tractor tracks menacing a baffling double boozie tableau at Shackleton in the wheatbelt. 



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21 Responses to Double Boozies

  1. Reign of Error says:

    I saw a faded sign at the side of the road that said “Fifteen miles to the Love Shack”. Guess this must be the place.

    With all this rain about, I hope their roof has been well maintained.

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  2. Reign of Error says:

    Shack, the smallest bank in the West………E-commerce preppers. Wayyyy ahead of the curve.

    Regionally, Ardath struggled valiantly for fiscal supremacy over many years, but ultimately the economic might of Shack was just too much for the venerable old warhorse to bear. On the plus side however, Ardath does offer an unsurpassed VHS collection of Dire Straits concert footage and 80’s porn available for its patrons viewing pleasure.

    And let’s not forget Kwolyin, that stately old lady who fell victim to a ‘Turkish Stocktake’ some decades ago.

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  3. Dylan H. says:

    Isn’t it planting season? Clearly they are sowing barley, the tasteful nudes are there to ward off numbats.

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  4. Rolly says:

    With gardens of those proportions, the use of bobcats and mini excavators is the only way to get it done successfully.
    Those cement statuettes are damned heavy.

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  5. David King says:

    A third, wondering whether to proceed on looking in the window.

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