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Jan 10, 2023 00:49 as a reply to  @ post 19465662 |  #841

What does the veranda(h) have to do with it? Do you have to have seen the film to get this element?


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Jan 10, 2023 00:50 |  #842

Ray.Petri wrote in post #19465658 (external link)
Thanks, did you know all the time and just got us guessing?

Ray, Pippan only put a pub photo up and then all became quite a fruitcake  :p
Well done all.
In all honesty I wasn't surprised it wasn't immediately disclosed.
It looks like at some time the facade got painted

This link throws a bit more light onto it
https://www.abc.net.au …ee-pub-for-sale/101256696 (external link)


Now Ray. Don't pull that stunt on us hard working, honest to God, sobrieties from DownUnder :lol::-P



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Jan 10, 2023 02:09 as a reply to  @ OhLook's post |  #843

Only that the verandah roof has a crocodile on it. :-)


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Jan 10, 2023 02:10 as a reply to  @ Pippan's post |  #844

Is there a back alleygator?


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Jan 10, 2023 02:18 |  #845

OhLook wrote in post #19465665 (external link)
What does the veranda(h) have to do with it? Do you have to have seen the film to get this element?

Dunno what the veranda(h) has to do with it - probably a safe place for Aussies to leave their pet crocs while they go in for a beer - or two! Puzzling, ennit?

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Ray, Pippan only put a pub photo up and then all became quite a fruitcake  :p
Well done all.
In all honesty I wasn't surprised it wasn't immediately disclosed.
It looks like at some time the facade got painted

Now Ray. Don't pull that stunt on us hard working, honest to God, sobrieties from DownUnder :lol::-P

I think the only fruitcakes here are us nut cases who got sucked in by Pippan’s post.
Even John didn’t get sucked in by this. I expect he might be too busy reading the new publication authored by one of our royal princes - apparently it is already being sold for half price - it’ll probably be pulped next week.:-)


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Jan 10, 2023 02:35 |  #846

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Is there a back alleygator?

Yep, he guards the gate to the used beer department. Through the gate to outback!


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Jan 10, 2023 02:37 as a reply to  @ Pippan's post |  #847

Ah - a closet friend of the dunnygator then


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Jan 10, 2023 02:51 |  #848

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I like the croc on the veranda roof.:-)

Looks a bit crook, sorry crock to me Ray -?


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Jan 10, 2023 03:09 |  #849

Ray.Petri wrote in post #19465673 (external link)
Dunno what the veranda(h) has to do with it - probably a safe place for Aussies to leave their pet crocs while they go in for a beer - or two! Puzzling, ennit?

I think the only fruitcakes here are us nut cases who got sucked in by Pippan’s post.
Even John didn’t get sucked in by this. I expect he might be too busy reading the new publication authored by one of our royal princes - apparently it is already being sold for half price - it’ll probably be pulped next week.:-)

Oy, you leave me out of this my man! I've been too busy riting to Charley about his wayward sun and asking that if he is persona non gratis in his chosen homeland that he, Charley, has a word with their boss to ask for hin=m, wayward sun, to be alowed to stay. After all, we don't want him, wayward som, to be living here and needing 23h 58m a day protection do we?

As far as the above mentioned pub is concerned? I thought that the whole world knew Crock Dundee? I guess that some places just aren't up to our standard Ray -?


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Jan 10, 2023 04:53 |  #850

In Veere Zeeland in the Netherlands

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Jan 10, 2023 08:55 |  #851

NixEre wrote in post #19465670 (external link)
Is there a back alleygator?

If there is, it's a big one. It's full-groan.


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Jan 10, 2023 12:43 |  #852

Nowt to do with pubs or the Skotch town called Dundee, but on the Canal du Midi

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All sorts of wild aminals there

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Jan 10, 2023 12:50 |  #853

Bloody crocs! Always after your beer ... even in Denmark!

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The pub is called Baghaven - a Mikkeller brewpub - on the far side of the harbour from town and the best place to catch the sunset over Copenhagen and a cold beer ...

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Jan 10, 2023 13:27 |  #854

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Nowt to do with pubs or the Skotch town called Dundee, but on the Canal du Midi

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Hey, John! Nice pictures but you seem to have lost your bearings - a more suitable place to post these pics might have been :-
https://photography-on-the.net …ead.php?t=15157​55&page=12


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Jan 10, 2023 13:31 |  #855

Ray.Petri wrote in post #19465879 (external link)
Hey, John! Nice pictures but you seem to have lost your bearings - a more suitable place to post these pics might have been :-
https://photography-on-the.net …ead.php?t=15157​55&page=12

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