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daveatdave

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    wetherby
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    house and garden maintenance

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  1. if it was not at home would you have killed it
  2. Chris Packham says horses chew the cud so you can take anything that he says with a pinch of salt can you tell I don't like him
  3. the tree is coming into flower and if left it will produce seeds
  4. saw a small stretch near Harrogate the other day
  5. hope you have got your midge repellant
  6. get some nail varnish and write petrol only on the filler cap
  7. this was found in Tadcaster the other day
  8. you just have to be steady going round bends with them
  9. reading this topic got me thinking that something has got my forearms i thought it was sunburn as i have been cutting hedges for 3 days last week privet Hawthorne beech and a bit of sycamore and other weed rubbish nixed in
  10. start it with the ash then put some oak on best of both worlds
  11. would something like a forage harvester work on them then its straight into a trailer and away

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