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Ohelemapit

No problems with the neighbours

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For 45 years this bizarre little house has survived everything that nature can throw at it.

Balancing on a rock in the middle of the Drina River in Serbia, the house has been pounded by floods and high winds - yet stood strong.

The structure is located near the town of Bajina Basta, Serbia, and has become a well-known attraction for visitors to the area.

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I feel sorry for the local postman.

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See super glue does work. :yes:

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The house might be superglued to the rocks, but what are the rocks superglued to?

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What a fab place to live; I would probably hate it in practice, but I like the idea.

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What a fab place to live; I would probably hate it in practice, but I like the idea.

I like the idea of sending my neighbour's two noisy dogs there! :innocent:

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I like the idea of sending my neighbour's two noisy dogs there! :innocent:

I'd send my two neighbours. lol

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It looks beautiful !

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Fresh fish for dinner anyone.

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No need for a lawn mower!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :sk

I love that little hoppy guy and will use him any chance I get! :st That one, too. LOL

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