Melbourne tree sighting

Published February 1st, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

My wife and I recently moved to Melbourne, Australia, and today we went down to let our two elementary school age children meet the teachers at their new school. After that we went out to the school playground and I was delighted to spot the FSM, apparently wearing some sort of formal robe or gown, prominently carved into one of the children’s play structures. If any other FSM devotees want to check it out when they’re down under, it’s at St Kilda Park Primary School at the bottom of Albert Park.


20 Responses to “Melbourne tree sighting”

  1. tim says:

    a rare pasta dendroglyph!

  2. Callum Gallagher says:

    Ahhh, all be praised. I believe that is the summer solstice robe.
    Also, welcome to Australia Bobby. I’m up in Brisbane. tell us if you’re coming up here! The pastafarians of Brisbane/East QLD would certainly like to mean our church’s leader!

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  4. Andrea says:

    It comforts me so much to know that He is watching over us in the most unexpected places. Flying Spaghetti Monster bless you.

  5. Alex says:

    I went to this primary school! Graduated in 2004 i think. The sculptor owns a toy store nearby that recently closed down =[ His name is James.

  6. Amie says:

    Wow this is incredible! May I ask where in melbourne if you remember? I am an aussie living there and would be blessed to go and visit this TREE!

  7. Amie says:

    Oh im sorry it states where you saw it. Should pay closer attention next time! The excitement overwhelmed me.

  8. TimmAustralia says:

    YAY! i live in melbourne, so going to that tree asap! long live the FSM!

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