U THINK U GOT A SHED/2

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Glenny Palmer
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Re: U THINK U GOT A SHED/2

Post by Glenny Palmer » Sun Apr 08, 2012 12:15 pm

I'll work on it Heather. croc's a tad 'overtired' at present...not to mention the future...
Yeah, we'll definitely be doing that...asap. :D

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Re: U THINK U GOT A SHED/2

Post by Zondrae » Sun Apr 15, 2012 1:26 pm

Wow,
Glenny, there seems to be a vortex happening. At the National there were Two Gypsy Caravans. One was set up as a fortune tellers booth. It had the iconic rounded top (like an American covered wagon) and the 'Gypsy' (with the rose tattoo) was doing card reading etc. I didn't get the chance to see how business was as we were at the other end of the festival. The other wagon was behind one of the stalls, I'm not sure what they were selling. But it was in the same style. Wooden rounded top with the back half and half door/ opening to quaint wooden steps to get in and out. Both had lots of sheer draping everywhere and soft coloured lights. And nice hand painted decorative scrolling on the sides. Just what I imaging a horse drawn old fashioned Gypsy wagon should look like. - - Hollywood has a lot to answer for. However, I could see when I looked closely they were built on steel box trailers.

Yours looks more like 'Harry's cafe De Wheels'.
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