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General - Meopham Feeding/Breeding Shack - Sep 15

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Dudman, Oct 25, 2015.

  1. Dudman

    Dudman I'm not lost until I give up finding my way...
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    No history on this place, just a simple old shack in a middle of a farmers field that was once used for the above - I think.

    Anyone got a rough idea on the exact use for it, please let me know.

    The Day:

    So back in school there was always this rumour about the slaughter house on that back fields behind the school. Being a rather good boy in school I never had the balls to go down there on my lunch break... THAT WOULD BE TRESPASSING! How could someone ever do such a thing! Having a few hours spare today i decided I'd go check this rumour out and finally get the closure on it.

    Walking through the school fields bought back so many memories, good and bad. Over the old football pitch, past the tennis & basketball courts, beside the old math block I once used to sit and learn - this really took me back.

    A short walk into the farmers field revealed this long but thin building/shed, it was true!

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    The first impressions were "Over grown, small and won't get much done inside". We were wrong to think this, got some great photos of the place and found a little surprise inside ;).


    Photos:

    How many tires has this wheelbarrow gone through?
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    Something smells eggy!? When my girlfriend decided to start shouting "Come and see this, I don't think you're ready" I was slightly hoping for a half eaten sheep or something, instead is was 100's of eggs...
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    I was surprised to see how popular this place was, loads of dates in Sept this year.
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    The whole length of this was was filled with these pens. All pens had feeding troughs and could fit 2 full sized pigs, probably 3 sheep, still not any ideas on the use for this place at this point.
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    Strange place to start the 8th hole tee.
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    Roof was about 6ft tall in the pens, Wall with luxury sun roofs.
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    Always nice when you don't have to carry your own bag.
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    Just hanging with this 'fungi', ohhhh the laughs we had.
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    'Ohhhhh look at the bone!' 'Ohhhhh the bone!' - Angry Kid
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    You could say I live in the countryside, try calling 999 and describing where you are in an emergency.
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    Zapppppppp - God knows what to put with this?
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    Rust inbound, ooo lets get a closer look!
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    This drum looks like it had a never ending black hole inside, got to love shadows.
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    If you can't get London Roof top shots, you've got to compromise.
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    And now for the weigh in. Couldn't get this to stand up, nature had it in it's firm grip.
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    Does anyone know what M.E.K Butanone is used for? How the drum is so old and rusted but yet the label is in such good condition, nature has it's ways.
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    Anyone for a little sucky sucky? To think this was once wrapped around a cows tit was quite amusing.
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    And one last rusty drum, there was plenty to take shots of.
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    As always, hope you enjoyed it.

    For how small and ruined this place was it was a nice surprise how many photos I got.

    Until next time!
     
    #1 Dudman, Oct 25, 2015
    Last edited: Oct 26, 2015
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