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    There is no pleasing a woman

    I get her a nice little cabin in the forest and she doesn't like it. It has a functioning outhouse in the back and it's only 100 meters to the creek for water. I even said she could use my little motorbike to ride into town for supplies. It's only 30 kilometers away.







    I think she wanted the fancy house our neighbour has.


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    Looks like what would be considered a decent house in Isaan? "sabai sabai" 55

    Have seen much worse out there.
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    The place does look a little run down, best to get a garden service in 555

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    Looks a bit better than what Spot bought his ex TG. 555
    Sorry Spot if your watching
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    Is that an iron buffalo out front next door?
    At least its got walls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zablive View Post
    Is that an iron buffalo out front next door?
    Looks sick to me, money needed.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moo Uaon View Post
    Looks like what would be considered a decent house in Isaan? "sabai sabai" 55

    Have seen much worse out there.
    I've also seen worse behind the fancy hotels in Pattaya. That is where the workers live. Of course, it does not get down to 40 below in the winter in Isaan.

    The log cabins are part of an old mining community in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia. The newest residents working at the coal mine live in trailers. I was just exploring old roads on my motorbike while on a 3 week fishing trip.

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    Looks a bit like the cabins you get high up in the Southern Alps in NZ. When you have been tramping thru snow for 8 hours.. the sight of one of those is like entering heaven...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distantpeak View Post
    Looks a bit like the cabins you get high up in the Southern Alps in NZ. When you have been tramping thru snow for 8 hours.. the sight of one of those is like entering heaven...
    No, the cabins in New Zealand are much, much better. I know, I stayed in them often when hiking into wilderness streams for fishing. The Milford track has several great cabins for hikers. Most of my New Zealand pictures are on slides, and my slide scanner does not work with the new computer operating systems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Forbes View Post
    No, the cabins in New Zealand are much, much better. I know, I stayed in them often when hiking into wilderness streams for fishing. The Milford track has several great cabins for hikers. Most of my New Zealand pictures are on slides, and my slide scanner does not work with the new computer operating systems.
    Probably improved since I used them in the early 80's...55
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distantpeak View Post
    Probably improved since I used them in the early 80's...55
    For Ian's reference, is that 1880 or 1980? 555
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    Quote Originally Posted by RakThai View Post
    For Ian's reference, is that 1880 or 1980? 555
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    1969 when I first started using those NZ mountain cabins. At least they didn't have the pack rats that infest the cabins in BC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Forbes View Post
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    1969 when I first started using those NZ mountain cabins. At least they didn't have the pack rats that infest the cabins in BC.
    Well some of those cabins in the early 80's were not much different to your pics Ian. Large wooden sheds... with a few logs for a bed...
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    ^ sounds like Flinstones stuff 55

    We used a cabin type set up in the Warrumbungles in central NSW in the 70's.
    I had an air bed to sleep on. It went down pretty quick in the night so i basically slept on the floor all night.
    On waking the next morning i found there was a small mouses skull under it that punctured it.

    Not much food......or anything in those places 55 glad to have some shelter though.
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    No pleasing Thai women either. I got mine a nice place over looking the river and she turned it down.


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