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Went to extract the timber today from pontefract.
Pulled into the big car park to find it full of white caravans...
Had a chat with the new residents, they were quite chilled. Just asked me not to leave any mess or they'd get blamed.
Offered them some firewood, but they said no one has a woodburner.
Got a couple of loads out, but might wait a couple of weeks before collecting the rest.

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29 minutes ago, Rough Hewn said:

 might wait a couple of weeks before collecting the rest. emoji106.png

You might also need a coverall and rubber gloves to pick the rest up if it's left anywhere like a local car park here and its adjacent woodland.

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You might also need a coverall and rubber gloves to pick the rest up if it's left anywhere like a local car park here and its adjacent woodland.

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46 minutes ago, openspaceman said:

You might also need a coverall and rubber gloves to pick the rest up if it's left anywhere like a local car park here and its adjacent woodland.

Indeed, the fact most choose not to have toilets inside their vans, does tend to lead to some rather unpleasant leaving presents.

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