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Discussion in 'Snow Talk' started by Donzah, Aug 12, 2020.
They did have a lot of gear laid out, will report back in the morning.
So dogs do get dementia. Off topic sorry. But I am seeing my dog seem to forgrt things. Like my MIL who has dementia
What does a dog forget?
She would get stuck in places. We’d find her standing in a corner, or behind something and unable to get out. She would stand at the hinged side of the door to go out. The worst bit was toiletting, she would go in her bed and lie in it. Was very sad to see.
Well there ya go, we used to live in the same house.
Oh not good. Our dog hassles to get let out. Goes to the door and then seems confused about why she is there.. Next time, less than 5 minutes later, she goes straight out.
And she comes in one door and then hassles to go out another door to the same place.
This is too ****en depressing.
Remember the good times
hang on I thought you wherre visually impaired !
Oh we do. Miss our girls.
Lol and I thought it was just us.
In Chippendale or mcdonaldtown or Newtown?
lots of funny memories. Most orople thought the bike thing was weird. But tgey got stolen if you keft them out.
When was the last time you went to Chippendale?
My god it's changed
I worked there for 14 years
No, we were in Neutral Bay. We even had a broken floorboard in the living room where you could drain the oil. Different times.
Dogs do go blind ya know. Ours did, very sad situation.
Still easy to be mugged
Not totally soft
Well I can tell you about the tactical police turning up at blackmarket... Or the guy chasing people down the street with a handgun.
Or the cops turning up cause a woman was set alight under the security cameras.
Not so much
We lived in Abercrombie St near Shepherd St in the 80s. I worked for State Rail in the labs in Wilson st at one stage. So different now.
And so do I and my kids tbh. I told them this tonight and they were so sad hearing about that, and remembering how many times we/they had walked past and had connection with them at your fence. It's true.
I'm a longer Kalkite blow in than you would imagine and have spent so much time there over so many years.
I would however, never claim to be ' a local" although, I feel as one. 35 years, knowing "some" locals etc...
I was in meagher...
Surf dive n ski / general pants warehouse was there.
I'm back there every few months.... It's changed. Predictably
Me too; well, for the folks anyway. Dirt floor in the kitchen, wood stove to heat hot water in kitchen, outdoor loo until I was about... I dunno, 8? That place would be worth a few mill.
first place I flatted in had outdoor laundry and dunny, ceiling collapsing, the works. In Darlington, so probably $1.3 to $1.6m, unrenovated.
same, same but different.
When I moved to Jindy one place I looked at was "1.5 bedrooms" at $100 per week during summer and $600 during winter regardless of if you wanted to rent the whole year. It also had 6 beds.
I found a much nicer 2 bedroom + study space + garage that I could rent year round for a reasonable price.
Were you around when there was a helicoptor and police on foot and cars chasing someone? That was a weird night.
And when the guys on scooters used to ride down Abercrombie st after midnight? The noise would echo between the buildings
I flatted in Lander St Darlington for years. Great spot. The suburb that USyd ate.
My ex was held up (with a screwdriver) in our street in broad daylight. Back when Caroline Lane was in full effect.
Ah the how do you pronounce it street.
It was such a thoroughfare from eveleigh to central...
Mind I grew up in South Auckland ... That was far worse
Oh wow. I worked on Abercrombie near Shepherd St (at the Shepherd St Centre for children.)
Jindabyne has never been the same since the Chippendale street thugs moved in.
*at least we're not wearing Kathmandu black down
Everyone thought it was just an act at the Bowlo!
Yeah most of the time it was fine but every so often something unsavory would happen. We had kids going through all the back yards. Looking for their lost ball when none of them lived nearby. My brand new FZ 750 was stolen with 800 km on it. Some guy wandered in the front door and did not want to leave.
I went there in 2018 my instagram tells me.
Previous was July 1 1994
Would have been much later than when we lived there. We were in 310
We were at Stanmore by then. Corner of Liberty and Cavendish sts
Oh for sure. It was only about 6yrs ago.
I was there to help fundraiser for the big move down the road.
I meant the Jindy bowlo
Oh I’m glad I was right!! Lol
This one, how to sit in command before she gets fed.
Lol ! Phone- useless!
Lots of arguments over it. 3 options. Lots of confusion wgen we were couriers. Lol.
Was a complete no go area for whites when we lived there. A housemate got dragged of his motorbike in lawson street one Thursday night. Only survived cause he was bigger than the attackers.
That’s so sweet, they grew up with my kids and would have loved the visits. Here they are
I kinda think you can see the crazy in her eyes here. This was in her final months. The younger one above got very sick, very quickly. A total shock. Our old girl was very drawn out and it took a lot for us to finally make the sad call.
Informal camping banned in NSW Snowy Mountains carparks, streets and reserves to keep COVID-safe
And any updates on the clay pits?
Just read the front page of the Monaro Post, looks like they will be going around all the streets etc too, from Jindy to Kalkite.
Typical government/council, have a problem, don't fix it, just try and punish your way out. They couldn't think if they had half a brain amongst them I reckon. That pile under the rug just gets bigger you halfwits.
More on hill casuals being forced to leave town...
Maybe the local school can provide work experience labour!