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cousin jack

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012

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    Working my lab, shooting, used to play a lot of cricket and rugby, to old and knackered now.
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    Self-employed horse logging, hedgelaying, woodland management and woodfuel supplier.
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    TF9 2PS

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  1. cousin jack

    My accident

    I have not been on here for some time, but caught up with this thread this morning. Don't know what to say really, other than don't give up. You are a strong man, stay strong. This chap is worth a look at, he has a very enlightened view of access for wheelchair users, especially in the countryside. https://www.facebook.com/simon.saddlechariot?fref=ts All the very best.
  2. I think you will find the reason why "Wales has been having great results with Bovine TB without killing badgers", is more to do with the populace taking the law into their own hands, and the officials turning a blind eye, so they can trot out the statistics, and bury a very hot potato.

    <p>YEW!! Geddon boy, how be doin? Don't suppose you'm heading to Twickenham Sunday for the County Championship Final? Warm up game looks ok too - England vs Baa Baa's. Decided at the last to go as I had a great time at Cambern last week (never thought I'd hear meself say that!) and a group of mehts are going so hoping to have a shout and a beer or two!!!</p>

    <p>Seems to be getting up a head of steam down here, almost like the old days, and it's been a while since Kernow invaded Twickers. Be nice to meet up if yer' going - you've got my mobile no. - so possibly see you there. Hope all is well, </p>

    <p> Oll an Gwella, </p>

    <p> Steve.</p>


  4. If it's public liability, Trust Insurance, or British Horse Loggers, if you're looking to insure the horse itself, numerous insurance companys, look in Horse & Hound or just do a google search!
  5. 'orse an cart 'll do fer they backward buggers in Redruth!
  6. Yep, it's good to see that it's not all about big machinery! The moose is a photoshop, been doing the rounds for some time.
  7. For anyone interested in low impact/horse logging, check out this lady's page, some of the timber they work in is something I could only dream of. https://www.facebook.com/HelenaG.Photography
  8. My money is on your reply, looks like he's going to set up a spar tree, that is one fantastic video
  9. Like the lyric in "Amazing Grace", I once was lost, but now I'm found
  10. Hardly looks real, no idea where or when.
  11. I've got a good mare for sale, where did you get yer kombi drag from, they are a well engineered bit of kit.
  12. Got mine from here Shear Pins for Tirfor Tractel Winches from Stanton Hope


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