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Driving into London this morning on the A40, and around Park Royal area there was a woodland off to the left and a tracked chipper lying on its side! Also a climbing rope in a tree...

 

May have been a bad day yesterday?

Anyone know what happened?

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I had a really bad day Al.

One of my groundsman turned up for work wearing a wife beater!

 

Wasn't that warm today! Did he have some tats to show off then?

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That's nothing Old Mill!

This morning at breakfast time in the cafe, when my French toast with cinnamon sprinkle stuff arrived with my cappuccino, the maple syrup was barely covering the bottom of the bottle!:thumbdown:

I got 1 piece moderately covered and the other got a little puddle in the middle!

Not good, not good at all:001_rolleyes::biggrin:

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That's nothing Old Mill!

This morning at breakfast time in the cafe, when my French toast with cinnamon sprinkle stuff arrived with my cappuccino, the maple syrup was barely covering the bottom of the bottle!:thumbdown:

I got 1 piece moderately covered and the other got a little puddle in the middle!

Not good, not good at all:001_rolleyes::biggrin:

 

The rigours and torments of life!:biggrin:

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That's nothing Old Mill!

This morning at breakfast time in the cafe, when my French toast with cinnamon sprinkle stuff arrived with my cappuccino, the maple syrup was barely covering the bottom of the bottle!:thumbdown:

I got 1 piece moderately covered and the other got a little puddle in the middle!

Not good, not good at all:001_rolleyes::biggrin:

 

thats nothing ,its half term again here & iv been mentaly harrased by 2, daughters & physiclaly harrased by my 5yr old lad whothinks hes iron man all the time ,

trees rule :001_smile:

Edited by Johny Walker

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That's nothing Old Mill!

This morning at breakfast time in the cafe, when my French toast with cinnamon sprinkle stuff arrived with my cappuccino, the maple syrup was barely covering the bottom of the bottle!:thumbdown:

I got 1 piece moderately covered and the other got a little puddle in the middle!

Not good, not good at all:001_rolleyes::biggrin:

 

what you have been to nardinis then i think.lucky chap.jealous .jake

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what you have been to nardinis then i think.lucky chap.jealous .jake

 

Hmmmm, more praise for this cafe over the water, and a broken piece of willow that I shall need to replace, the excuses for a trip to yonder mainland are stacking up. Unfortunately so are the customers that I've promised to get work done for on a tight schedule. I'm almost hoping for a rainy day!!!

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Chipper was gone this morning but climbing rope was still up the tree. Trees are next to a railway.

Hope everything is OK for who ever is working there.

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