Cousin Itt and his (her?) family has found a home -- in Utah, of all places! Thanks to Anne for the good news.
I knew when I saw the Pampas grass it had to be close to home! Here we refer to those nasty plants as "fire hazards" or "cockroach hotels"... but for some reason there are people who like them.
I love a real estate listing with a clear picture of the house in it!!! Can you ask Cousin Itt to move a little to the left? Thanks.
>>>Hurricane homes for sale plus much more!Why on earth would they need hurricane rated homes in fricken Utah?
Aren't those things noxious weeds? I'm sure they are here!If not, they're OBnoxious weeds.
i'm guessing those things are guarding the house??
David...ahhh.... I forget that "Hurricane" doesn't have the same familiarity elsewhere - it's actually the name of a town near this lovely abode. Pronounced "Her-i-Kun" of all things too...
David, I think they're referring to homes in the town of Hurricane, Utah.Why there is a town in Utah named Hurricane is another question entirely.
It's called Hurricane because the wind never, ever stops blowing. The people actually lean a little when it does stop. . .
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