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Clark Forest
Based in south west Scotland, Clark Forest are one of the UKs leading suppliers of forestry equipment and have had a close association with the forest industry since 1924. Our ever increasing range of Arborist, Chainsaw & Forestry Equipment can be found at www.clarkforest.com, or call us on 01387 860 241


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Old 05-02-10   #11 (permalink)
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Re: A bit of beanie fun

I swapped hats in the tree in case anyone from H & S are lurking about

i was thinning an oak at the time. the photos huge!!! i dont know how to reduce it.
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Re: A bit of beanie fun

Brilliant photo Robert, thank you! (It's a good job we sent you the XXXL beanie!!! )

Let me know the location of the job and I'll stick your photo in our facebook album, if that's okay with you?

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hahahah very funny yvonne, do what you want with the photo.

Job was in mid calder,west lothian. i am going over to oz soon so i will get some pictures of me wearing one of your hats over there, may be on a surf board, on dry land of course i aint going in the sea!!!
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Oooooo.....Clark beanie on surfboard....can't wait for that one! Perhaps we should do a line of Hawaiian shirts??

(You're on our facebook now Robert )

Oh, guys, remember when you are placing your orders on our webshop to add in FREEHAT in the delivery instructions box to get your FREE beanie hat - offer ends 28 Feb
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Damn, I forgot about this Sorry haha

Ill get on it this week, If i remember!!
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as promised,some taken in my back garden!
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Thanks John....stunning back garden you have there....not too unlike mine actually!

That's you in our facebook album now....take a look

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It shows you how popular your hats are yvonne, i took it off for a second and the dog was away with it
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Re: A bit of beanie fun

Thanks for the beanie you sent with the couple of tree strops, you sent me the other day. And also thank for the upgraded ones you sent due to not having the right ones in stock. Cant take a pic of me wearing one due to my wife stopping me putting pics of myself up on the net.
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i'll try to get one this week if i remember - the least i could do as you sent a free beanie!
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