Posted on August 24, 2012 Updated on November 17, 2014
This entry was posted in Blog and tagged Australia, Dorrigo, humour, men's shed, travel.
I think that is really creative and pretty. It reminds me of the way people used to use old belfast sinks in the UK for planters in their garden. In fact our first sink came out of someone’s garden, washed out the soil and it was perfectly usable 🙂
I’d love a belfast sink, but they are quite expensive to acquire via “normal” means. We a cast iron bath garden at TA waiting to be returned to it’s true purpose.
I love the “lavatree”, and the image kind of lent itself to the day 😉
If you like this, you may also like this link http://bluevelvetchair.blogspot.com.au/2011/09/whats-that.html that I kept from a comment on [yet] another blog post I read a few days ago, re [upmarket]recycling the innards of washing machines etc.. but good for ideas.
What a great tree, I love things like this, things that stand out. Great image EllaDee
The country is a photographic treasure trove 😉
That is so way cool!
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