Thursday, June 25, 2015

Wildbush Guides II


12 comments:

  1. Great heavens! A most eye-catching denizen of "The notorious Wildbush Bunkhouse" unforgettably "points out" the way. An opening to a "new adventure?" I understand there is a sign on the back door that says "Thanks for Coming."



    Your cock looks like it's resting on a sheet of ice. Surely not!

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    1. You've got to be a touch wary of places with a back door entrance, especially if a second sign reads Always Open.

      It's not ice, but a rock containing reflective material (forgive my petrological shortcomings). The late afternoon sun warms the rock, especially in the autumn when the leaves have fallen, and I've often used it for a 'chair' in my photographs. It is a favourite spot.

      Thank you for your comment (and puns).

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  2. A revised version of my deleted comment:

    "Is this what they call a 'Moonlight Cocktail?'"

    Groan.

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    1. On the rocks, in this case. In the Wildbush Bunkhouse the 'Moonlight Cocktail' is also available served in the small of your trail guide's back.

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  3. This walk will open more than my eyes!?! Is that a promise? And will I get one of those large walking sticks like pictured here to hold onto?

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    1. The Wildbush Phallic Walking Stick has always been a popular item. It has many special features, including a hollowed out head for your favourite beverage.

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    2. WOW. And a pump action, projectile defense mechanism too? I want one too please!

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    3. It doesn't appear too much walking is going to get done on this tour.

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    4. Not much walking. But where lies the problem?

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    5. There's no problem... as long as one can walk afterwards.

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    1. A case of ice cold beer should do the trick.

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