A Place For You!

The cat was out and about. I may or may not have employed Pat to seek them out. Does it count as employee when you don't pay? Bah, he makes enough anyway. So we tried to show you water and send you for a direction trip, but now we are going to give you a house to buy and maybe flip.


Look at me.
Time to buy by the sea.
Buy buy buy from the best.
All credit approved at 99.99% interest.


Here we have a tiny home.
Won't have far to roam.
And if the water rises up,
You can row away without a hiccup.


Here we have a big rock..
With it, you'll walk the walk.
Hey, you could buy #1 and #2.
That would be swell for you.


Here we have two.
They aren't really in view.
But they aren't the goal.
You get to buy the pole.


Here we have one.
Doesn't it look fun?
But we can only finance the door.
Sorry if you wanted more.


Look at the corner and turn.
Some rubber may burn.
We have that fence up for sale.
It will keep no one out without fail.


And do you see far down?
That tree is for sale in town.
You could build a tree house.
It would be fit for mighty mouse.


And look at this.
Doesn't it bring bliss?
Sorry, you only get the top.
Good luck making that drop.


And see this one?
My, it is well done.
Those bushes sure look grand.
They are for sale with no land.


And a quaint little retreat.
A very quiet street.
All nice and green.
Sorry, you are only allowed to paint the scene. 

Should the cat give real estate a go? What was that? No? You mean you don't want a tiny home or a tree house? Damn, maybe you should ask your spouse. They may want to buy from the cat. You already did that? Hmm maybe I should just stick to taking pictures at my sea. And fyi, for the nuts, none of this is for sale by me, or maybe for sale at all. Hey, you could buy them come fall. Any scene stick out? Pat sure goes to many when out and about. On some though we'd take a pass. I want to avoid any bears eating my little rhyming ass.

Be careful what you buy, it could be a lie.

Comments

  1. That is quite the variety of houses and such an interesting place!

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    1. Sure lots around, some spots aren't so interesting though.

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  2. Is nice Pat and the cats had lovely vacances! xo

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  3. I want the Victorian one. That would be cool to explore I think!

    betty

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  4. A Place For You!
    Just to take a cue
    Take a peak
    Many streets
    Choices for a view

    Hank

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    1. Many streets to go down and up
      Enough there to fill anyone's cup

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  5. I loved all the pictures! Such a pretty area for the cat to enjoy. I would definitely choose the last photo. Looks like a lovely place to live.

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    1. Sure a quaint little spot, but one of those places where there is one way in and one way out, unless you own a boat or helicopter.

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  6. LOL, Love the pictures and cat pov, so clever.

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  7. No tiny house for me but that three story blue one looks nice. If someone has already gone in and modernize it first.

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  8. I'll take a place by the sea in three easy payments, please

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    1. Three easy payments of 99,999 coming right up.

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  9. I would like to live on a boat

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  10. Real estate is far more expensive than it should be.

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  11. That street in the last picture looks nice. I'm sure it would be quieter than where I live now and there's more trees. Keep away from the bears.

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    1. Nothing ever happens there, so yeah, way quieter.

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  12. hmm, why do the houses on the street with the tree for sale all seem to be leaning? I like that green house is is rather serene. Stay out of the woods avoid the bears. The big blue one seems to be out of place on that busy street. It should overlook the sea that would be a place for me.

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    1. You call that a busy street? lol

      Avoid the bears we do. They are built on slopes and hills and such there, so a leaning they do. The serene spot has very little plot. No one will bother you there and water in every direction.

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    2. well, it sort of looks like it is closer to town, painted double lines...etc...not as busy as here though...

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    3. PS - Does the green one have a small yard?

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    4. haha, yeah, never as busy as there. Yeah, pretty sure a yard out back.

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  13. I wouldn't mind taking a look at several of those houses if they were really for sale. The last one (green house on the right) is really pretty, as is the street. We can't buy wood houses here though, gotta get that CBS so we are hurricane ready...or as ready as you can be for one of those. ;) I gotta fence for sale over here, if you want to add it to yours (not really). :)

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    1. It is a quaint little spot. Yeah, strong hurricanes like you get would rip through everything here. Ready as can be for those things is all one can do. lol an extended fence could fetch more of a price.

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  14. I would like a bigger apartment, cats I think are not fussy where they live as long as they're loved and get fed . Well that's my opinion.

    Yvonne.

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  15. I would love a house or place by the sea. Maybe the cat can find me a really good deal for me and my two kitties. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. haha he knows where lots of them are, but they cost a lot of $$$$.

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  16. orlin N cassie...da nayborhood iz awesum .....we wood lovez ta live bye de sea in reel life; knot just in R mindz eye !!! N whoa....de boat iz bigger N de shed !!!

    sa~wheat ♥♥♥ :)

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    1. Yeah, may be better off living in the boat than the shed. Plenty of places to leave by the sea here. Fish to see and birds too lol

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  17. I would love the gray with yellow trim. Perfect for us. We could walk along the boardwalk happily. But $$ would be an issue 4 sure.

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  18. I would love to own an old Victorian or a quaint farmhouse. But, I can't afford the cat's interest rate, sadly. Looks like I'm going to have to keep my own home for a little longer, or at least until I hit the jackpot.

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    1. Plenty a quaint farmhouse around, still cost a lot though, especially if near water. Just remember to share when you hit the jackpot haha

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  19. Fun pictures of all kinds of interesting things. We like the gigantic house with the steeple but sure wouldn't want to clean that monster. You have a good week Pat.









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  20. Finding a house can be a challenge. Victorian houses have a lot of character, but they can get expensive when you have to repair things in them.

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    1. Yep, they sure aren't up to snuff in a lot of ways.

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  21. What a fun post. I enjoyed the tour;) Maybe I'll check out a tree house:)

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    1. Could be the way to go, if you have a good tree.

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  22. This is so Nova Scotia! I've only been home a few days, and your post is making me homesick! I loved that yellow-trimmed, shingled house, and the blue one with the red door. I lived in a house like the one on the corner with the fence for sale, so I know all about yahoos burning rubber! I enjoyed the photos so much! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. haha only after a few days? Go cat. Sure lots to see in NS as far as water and houses. I've been to over 15,000 of them, so I know haha That one on the corner is in a little hole in the wall spot. If those photos were grand, plenty more elsewhere in my land.

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