BABBACOMBE MODEL VILLAGE, (part 1)
PLEASE do click on a picture to enlarge it and see the detail in the pictures, they are very lifelike.This first picture was taken looking over the garden from the kiddies ski slope area. It isn't obvious from this picture but this garden slopes gently away to the left for around 300 metres in length.
This one below is like a lot of these, very lifelike indeed.
Below Santa and Reindeer arriving in the village, but the kids still aren't in bed !!!.
This one below reminds me of looking down from maybe a small mountain. The miniature trees they use are really good.
Below, note the railway running through the Avenue of trees, not sure what "Stonehenge" has to do with it though.
This lovely little cull- d- sac (below) even has foot prints in the snow.
Below, This one shows a Communications and weather Satellite station.
The view below could so easily have been taken across the estate lake to the "Stately House".
We both love this lovely little Terrace (below).
This below could easily be kids enjoying sledding down the village slope.
So do you agree with us it was worth a visit and a blog?. I will do at least one more on this subject, one will be on the Toy Town section of the village, which wasn't quite so lifelike.
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Joke of the Day.
Walking proudly, he sauntered into the kitchen and said to his wife, 'Notice anything different about me?'
Margaret looked him over. 'Nope.'
Frustrated, Bert stormed off into the bathroom, undressed and walked back into the kitchen completely naked except for the boots.
Again he asked Margaret, a little louder this time, 'Notice anything different NOW?'
Margaret looked up and exclaimed, 'Bert, what's different? It's hanging down today, it was hanging down yesterday, it'll be hanging down again tomorrow!'
Furious, Bert yelled, 'AND DO YOU KNOW WHY IT'S HANGING DOWN, MARGARET?'
'Nope', she replied.
'IT'S HANGING DOWN, BECAUSE IT'S LOOKING AT MY NEW BOOTS!!!!'
Without changing her expression, Margaret replied, 'Shoulda bought a hat, Bert.
Shoulda bought a hat...'