Saturday, February 21, 2009

Name That Shed

If anybody gets this by Monday morning I shall eat my shedlike atmosphere. I think this is terrifically hard (though I said that last week and see what happened...) so I shall give you a clue. It was used as a garden office in the 19th century and now forms part of a museum complex...

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  1. That's Edvard Grieg's little hut where wrote some beautiful stuff.

    http://www.kunstmuseene.no/Default.asp?enhet=troldhaugen&sp=2

    Okay, you have to eat your hat now, Alex.

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  2. Dude...you need to insist people email you their answers. It sort of takes the fun out if we see it when we go to post.

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  3. But Amber Star, how do you know Justin is right? It could be Gustav Mahler's writing hut?

    Anyway, next week even Justin won't be getting it right...

    Not that he's necessarily right now, you understand.

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  4. I think you're going to have to be careful what you offer to eat, Alex - could get challenging!

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  5. As already mentioned - Edvard Grieg's lakeside hut at Troldhaugen, Norway. As featured in Shedworking, Monday, September 17, 2007. http://www.shedworking.co.uk/2007/09/edvard-griegs-hut.html
    If you're going to test us try not to repeat yourself!

    Andy Bantock

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  6. Ah, you've got a good memory Andrew. I wondered if anybody would notice we'd already covered it. I'll eat a special hat for you as well as Justin. But as I say, next week's is already lined up and it's a corker...

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  7. Alex, it's nothing to do with memory and everything to do with Google! I was mildly amused when my searching finally bore fruit on a page from Shedworking!

    Andy Bantock

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