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  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 2 Sep 2017, 00:26
An Engineering marvel, too!
Chris: Wot - that the bricks all stay up on top of one another?
  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 2 Sep 2017, 00:27
I see the road-sign painter is not a good speller...surely it should be "clothes"?
Chris: Well modern educashun is more about freedom of spirit & intentions, and this is Glasto, after all..
Superbes maisons en briques.
Chris: I like brick Martine, I think you do too
I do like brick... it has character!
LOL @ Ray...
Chris: It does indeed Ellie. Bath has virtually none..
This is just like the picture on Google Street view
Chris: WHAAAT!!!
Delight of spring blossom too!
Chris: Yes indeed, this was probably taken last April
A nice crop o mistletoe, too!
Chris: Quite common here in the south Tom
i agree Chris... brick is a great building product....petersmile
Chris: Thank you Peter
Fine looking old houses aren't they. Like Tom I noticed the Mistletoe, we don't get much of it round my way but there is some in some trees on the edge of Loughborough.
Chris: Mistletoe is usually associated with fruit trees
This would make an amazing and wonderful and dynamic series for someone who is up for it.. do you know anyone who could take on the task, Tiff?
Chris: Weeeell...if I lived somewhere like the Potteries I might rise to that bait.

But as I don't - NO WAY!
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 Sep 2017, 20:08
Typically typical of brick houses made from brick.
Chris: Brick houses are usually made from brick
Bricks are God's building blocks...
Chris: Wot about concrete Larry, God's strengthening agent?

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