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On 06/02/2019 at 18:50, monkeybusiness said:

Today’s predicament...

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now that looked bad Minkey,  how'd ya get it out?

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On 06/02/2019 at 18:50, monkeybusiness said:

Today’s predicament...

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From the surrounding swamp, this result should hardly have been a surprise to the driver  .  .  .

 

However I too have been known to push my luck9_9

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13 minutes ago, difflock said:

From the surrounding swamp, this result should hardly have been a surprise to the driver  .  .  .

 

However I too have been known to push my luck9_9

It’s a self-set woodland in a quarry that is going to be at the bottom of a lake once the pumps are turned off - pretty wet site (that’s largely navigable as you are running across the tops of rootplates mostly). However, it is possible to break through/get hung up, which is why the winch has been on from the start. Getting stuck is getting a bit dull now though!

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