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 Posted: Wed Apr 8th, 2009 09:26 pm
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Decided I needed a Goosehouse for the want of a better name.

These end walls are castings from Mike that have been stained with Writing inks and Alc.





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That ought to make a neat place to house the old goose, very nice. When I read the words "Goosie House", I first thought you were building an Aussie "Cat House". Here in the US, this is the kind of house that isn't frequented by felines unless one of the girls brings her pet to work. Goosie House may be a better name than "a shed to house a railcar or critter".  Works for me.    Woodie 



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Sweet!

Can't wait to see what you add on to them mate!!



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Last time I looked the Kangaroo was sitting at the bar with a glass of suds, now you show me a picture of a Kangaroo that's had to much of the frothy stuff and has fallen of his stool. Naughty roo.
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That roo looks more like its primed up and feeling confindent enough to bed down any of the lady roo's that pass half a glance at him!  Whats up skip? 

 

Goose house is off too a nice start too Don...

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He is a rakish fellow.

Not everyday you see a Roo in a glamor shot pose!  :P



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So if we play duck-duck-goose are you just gonna hide in the shed all day? :)

Lookin good!

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I think that this is going to turn out to be the MOTHER of all GOOSE houses!



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Woow, I like the way you stain the plaster castings. As you did in the enginehouse too.



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Moving along all be it slowly.

This the rear wall with a corr. iron infill.




And a portion of the sidewalls.




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