Has to be out at the Flat and within 2.5 k of Crusoe Res
Crusoe Heights somewhere.
Jim and Louise are close. 4/22 Yarunga Drive (a bit fire prone, but close to the bush should l need it) and not too far from shops etc. Needs quite a bit of TLC.
I did consider Yarunga Drive or Lowe Street as that is one steep loop
*goes and looks on streetview...
...of course l walk up the hill in this heat :)
Haha, that's almost exactly where I had you. We've had events in there. :-p
It's not the best part of B, but the unit ticked all my boxes, and l think l was suffering buyer's fatigue. The realestate.com
photos were from the previous time it sold and it has become run down since then. It's been vacant for a year since the previous owner died (not there, l'm told).
Being in the proximity of several O maps was a box that needed ticking:)
And of course, you have perfect weather for renovating. *snort!*
How's the water level in Crusoe? It was pretty dismal a few weeks ago...
I was thinking the humpy uphill from Crusoe Res.
Seeking renters interested in the proximity of O maps? Small market.
Hopefully there are some Kangaroo Flat people seeking peace and quiet.
Flat rat ;)
On another note, would you be interested in a cast off pair of my ankle braces? I think they have a bit of life left in them yet, but they don't really agree with my ankles.
That's a funny offer! Sorry to hear that. Are you selling them?
I handed out flyers (and later scrutineered) at the Kangaroo Flat booth for the republic referendum - the Yes campaign had more than enough people in the city so were keen for people willing to head out of town. Something of a culture shock.
Most memorable moment was in the scrutineering - there was another question to insert a preamble to the Constitution and someone had written on their ballot paper for that one: "Stick It Up John Howard's Arse". Amidst much amusement, the returning officer ruled that this was a valid "no" vote as the voter's intent was clear.
Nah, I'm happy enough to just get rid of them to give me the incentive to actually buy some new ones!
OK. Message received. Over.
I won't be living here, but could if l had to. I'm just out to raise revenue from the Flat locals. But l'm going to be a bit fussy who l rent to - no brothels (like what used to be conducted from unit 2, or so l am told, before they changed the body corporate rules to 'no businesses to be run from here').
That was not in regard to ankle braces - l will take them off your hands ( or feet) if you don't want them. Thank you.
Cool, I'll bring them to the next event I make it to :)
Clara did you remove those ankle braces with a chisel like the bloke apprehended at Tin Mine Huts?
This is a VERY strange thread! (keep hydrated Prue)
Well I think I'm the last of your Bendigo friends to learn that you now have a local property. Not one of them told me, and my reading of posts in ap is irregular. I'm sad you've decided to not live here, but I do understand this if it's based on the summer temperatures we have to endure....
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