Tuesday, February 22, 2011

That's My World Tuesday; The Pines;

 

My shopping center, called The Pines. I call it the "Pine" in the neck! It is situated in Elanora about 8 km  from my place.  The short drive is pleasant as it follows the creek and the road is shaded by huge trees. Turning at the bridge I  meet up with suburbia.The shopping center  provides most of our needs. I would prefer markets and not such a sterile, urban shopping facility.


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13 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this part of your world.

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  2. "Pines in the neck" made me laugh out loud!

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  3. Oh, yes! "pines in the neck" made me laugh out loud, too! Great post for the day! Hope you have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  4. It is great that you have a scenic drive to get to your "Pines in the neck". LOl!

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  5. Is it because in Australia "pain"is pronounced like "pine"?
    I like Australian shoppingcentres. You can find anything you need and they are beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing your "pine"in the neck!LOL.

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  6. "Pine in the neck" is wonderful - very Australian! Made me laugh, too.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  7. You have me laughing! I like markets and the opportunity to be in fresh air when I shop, too.

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  8. Ah, shopping centers-- Unfortunately, one must sometimes sacrifice the charm of small markets for the lower cost and variety of the shopping centers. Our nearest shopping area is a 30-minute drive from our house; the nearest mall is a 45 to 50 minute drive.

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  9. LOL! As far as shopping centres go though, it looks smallish and charming.

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  10. Pine in the neck!!;) The place does look nice but the charm of a bustling market is indeed something else!

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  11. It looks like a lovely mall as far as malls go though I too like to shop in markets when I can.

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