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the greening of thickthorn

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This totally kickass piece of soil is the land that's been left over from the buidling of the park and ride. It belongs to our landlord and seeing as they have no plans for it they've given us permission to make it pretty. We've been spilling our seed on the dusty soil for a few weeks now, and there is a definite fuzz of greenery starting to develop. Hopefully in a few months time it'll be bustling with grass and flowers.

We're also considering building something as a landmark. Mooted possibilities include a monolith, a 20-ft statue of Robox (robox of the east anyone? Possibly not so close to the pylons) and, most likely, Thickhenge, complete with fiendish astronomical alignments.
29th Apr 2005, 18:24  

ladislav says:

Thickhenge would be cool as. Invite a load of mobloggers round for a big Henge Construction Weekend (possibly to coincide with Thickfest?). You've got the camping space...

30th Apr 2005, 15:35

mat says:

Yeah, we'll get a load of suckers honoured guests over and they can help cart massive heavy rocks around with our Mother-Earth bonding ritual.. :)

30th Apr 2005, 15:43

ladislav says:

Yeah, I was wondering if you were going for yer actual Big Chunks Of Rock or some substitute like concrete. Will you import your rock from Wales like they did for the original?

30th Apr 2005, 22:51

Joe says:

I think you should drag the rocks from scotland...... on greased logs.

1st May 2005, 18:46

alexis says:

"I think you should drag the rocks from scotland...... on greased logs."
my eyes are being fuzzy, and I thought I should share that I read part of that as greased hogs....

14th May 2005, 01:46

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