Monday, November 10, 2008

Unidentified machinery included?



Saves me the trouble of abandoning my own car there, I suppose...

13 comments:

incredulous said...

It's good to know that car farms are still alive and well in the Evergreen State.

Anonymous said...

I think that's the tires of the lot next door 'encroaching' on the backyard lean-to.

Anonymous said...

I think that's the tires of the lot next door 'encroaching' on the backyard lean-to.

Stuart said...

House sold as-is. Remains of Flight 118 included in asking price.

D~ said...

Is that an escape hatch for the wood gnomes in that one room?

Texas Triffid Ranch said...

Well, it's nice to know that Red Green left acolytes everywhere. Remember, if the women don't find you handsome, at least they should find you handy.

whynotsmile said...

I've just spent about 2 hours reading your entire blog, and laughing out loud to myself at the photos and your comments... loving it!

Brandy said...

Encroachment issue, power source - other... Oh, yeah, there's a property I want!

Anonymous said...

just a little teenie tiny issue of an enchroachment. no big deal....your house is on the neighbors lot. you can work it out.

Jon said...

That's a wheelbarrow upside down on a pile of leaves next to an old lean-to. However, I will freely admit it looks like something out of Jurassic Park.

Karin said...

you know, at least they mentioned that there were encroachment issues. An informed buy is always better than finding out for yourself.

Marytoo said...

I'm speechless...

jen. said...

Obviously, it's wreckage from the battle between the Ewoks, Jedis and Stormtroopers. You should relable it Endor!