Saturday, 22 June 2013

Rusted.


You just never know what you might find when you go out for a stroll!   FAB.

23 comments:

  1. At one time someone loved it...a rust bucket now

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    1. Carole M. Some would say its 'a blot on he landscape'.

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  2. Well, aint it funny what you find Frank.

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    1. Bob. It was nearly the right colour but the wrong species!

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  3. A good restoration project for you Frank. When you're not birding that is.

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    1. Cheers Phil, but how the hell would I find it now the vegetation is acting as a camouflage!

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    1. Theresa. I thought it might find favour with you.

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  5. It's in the process of being reclaimed by Mother Earth. It would be fun to know its history.

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    1. Lois. The owner said it was a good rumnner until it ran out of fuel.

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  6. The tyres look good though. :-)

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    1. Keith. Did you get a better look than me?

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  7. Hi Frank What stories it could tell but it has passed on now to rust. Margaret

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  8. I recognise the shape Frank, but can't remember the make.(:))

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  9. Frank, all it needs is a quick rub over with some Tcut and a splash of WD40 and it'll be a good'un!
    I just wonder if there's a remote bird hide out there somewhere with a skeleton of a long lost birder sitting there looking through his binoculars!...still hoping for that mega rarity to come into view!!...[;o)

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    1. So Trevor if that's all it needs I could use it on Tuesday .... but perhaps not!

      Not sure about a mega but this location did play host to a good number of Short-eared Owls over winter.

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  10. Ohhhhhh Fantastic car.. haha!!!.. So rusted, soooooo!!!!..

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  11. HI Frank...I just love it : )
    Ya sometimes you come across the craziest things, and just wonder how in the heck did this end up hear!!
    Grace
    I like Keith comment !! ; )

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  12. Hi Grace. Knowing the area I guess the owner knew this was the cheapest way of disposing of the unwanted chariot.

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  13. Looks like it's been "put out to pasture" so to speak. Nice photos!

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  14. Wouldn't be the local IQ0s idea of a BBQ by any chance ;)

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