V10 meets H3

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On the way back from dropping the kids off at school, carrying my daughters princess umbrella (don't ask), I strolled past the allotments. Love these sheds for all their busy utility and unkempt love as a refuge from ... well, everything really.
14th Mar 2008, 13:37  

reminds me of when I was a kid - around Pontefract where I grew up there were allotments everywhere, and all the sheds were made completely of old doors.

14th Mar 2008, 13:58

there was no real reason to mention the princess umbrella.

14th Mar 2008, 13:59

taniwha says:

My reasons are my own ... :-))

14th Mar 2008, 14:02

taniwha says:

They look cool though don't they? We think about getting one and then we look at our own garden and change our mind.

14th Mar 2008, 14:03

Salome says:

How many old doors does one household have? There has to be a point where you're just replacing doors in order to build a shed..

14th Mar 2008, 18:42

swamprose says:

I love secret hideouts. that's what these are.

I finally bought a pink umbrella so the men in my life would not steal it. sure. it's gone. some girlfriend has it. now I have to use the one with ears. no shame carrying a princess umbrella.

17th Mar 2008, 04:30

taniwha says:

Thanks Swamprose. I like the idea of a theft proof umbrella. The umbrella in thsi case reminds me of something peculiar about children and 'must have' possessions and the ease and speed at which they become superfluous ... even within teh space of half an hour.

17th Mar 2008, 08:36