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    Default Garden with sculptures

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    No but now that I've seen it I will be paying Marysville a visit next time I'm in Vic.

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    My wife & i visited the garden around 10 yrs ago, give or take a year. I don't recognise some of the figures so they must have added some since. It was an awsome site so see & the work that must have gone into them all - wow!

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    Wow

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    What an exotic imagination!
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    Hi Guys

    Went to have a look yesterday....Fantastic ......

    Frank

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    Default Fires sweep thru marysville

    Is this still standing?????
    Just heard on sky news that the bush fires have swept thru marysville - its gone.
    Only 1 house in the town is still standing.
    If this garden full of the most wonderful sculptures i've ever seen has been raised it'll be such a terrible loss.
    Our hearts here go out to all those who have lost their homes or worse yet, friends & family.

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    >Just heard on sky news that the bush fires have swept thru marysville - its gone.
    >Only 1 house in the town is still standing.
    >If this garden full of the most wonderful sculptures i've ever seen has been raised it'll be >such a terrible loss.

    This is terrible news...i cant believe it ...such a beautiful little town.......

    >Our hearts here go out to all those who have lost their homes or worse yet, friends & >family.

    Indeed .....i fear that some lives may have been lost in this terrible event....

    Frank

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    I heard yesterday that all the sculptues have perished.
    Cheers Fred



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