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kris turner

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  1. i actually love tinned fish but this was something else. Try it.
  2. We had kept the tin in the fridge for a couple of days until we were all there to try it. We think this might have kept the initial smell down as it didn’t seem as bad as on other videos of people trying it. However the lingering smell was bad, I had to scrub my hands 3 times. Ed poured some of the juice over jacks handlebars. Jack said people were gagging as he rode past them on his way home.
  3. We tried the stinky fish challenge. Anyone else fancy it? It’s a tin of Surstromming herring. https://youtu.be/9dvOSV6hGUc
  4. Hi all. ive had a look at the Arborgold software website. It looks impressive stuff. There are 4 different price plans you can choose from, I would think that the cheapest lacks enough features for my business. The second one seemed to have a lot of the features I'd require, this was $99 (£75ish). It jumps up to £112 then £134. This is a lot more than I'd like to pay. The system has a cad type feature that is , imo more suited to landscape designers. Wether this bumps the cost up, I'm not sure or wether this is the cost of this type of system and hence why Arbpro is shutting down. I'm still not sure of the way ahead.
  5. Is/was anyone using Arbpro for the quoting? Are there any replacement systems out there that anyone has heard of or used?
  6. We need a sub contract climber for on going work in or around Leek, north Staffordshire, Staffordshire moorlands. Pm for details or ring Kris 07976534780
  7. Hamps Valley ltd require a new employee. Either a groundsman or a trainee who wishes to learn climbing.. We are based in Leek, Staffs. Call Kris 07976534780
  8. kris turner

    My accident

    Sean, We don't know each other but from what I have read you seem to have the same chin up attitude as a lot of my old squaddie mates. It is a rare thing nowadays and something to be proud of. My wishes are for you to do well with your recovery, it's pretty mad the things they can do. As Winston Churchill said "when your going through hell, keep going" no one wants to get stuck there. Chin up mate.
  9. <p>i think ours may be to old for you. ours is 1979 u1000 that needs some tlc. i can send some pics if you want. it has got a tipper</p>

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    <p>Hi kris. Perfect situation,,I'm up sizing to a mog. I have a 2003 purpose built arb landrover tipper. If you are interested and some cash your way then I can send you some pics.?</p>

    <p>Has your mog got a tipping body </p>

    <p>Kind regards </p>

    <p>Simon</p>

     

  11. Still got to sell it. Only just thought about it.
  12. Hi all. We are downsizing from our mog u1000, looking to get a LR tipper. Does anyone have any thoughts on what to look for..... 130 or 110, ready made tipper or get it done ourselves. Engine type, etc etc. any thoughts, good or bad experiences
  13. We all finished as tree surgeons are nails, but it'll be the last time I do it. Did it five years ago and I don't remember it being that cold but I am five years older. Hey ho! TOUGHGUY!
  14. Just thought it worth a mention. Tomorrow we are doing the Tough Guy race in Wolverhampton. The reason I thought it worth a mention is in our team there are 3 pairs of brothers, we are all tree surgeons who work for our own family businesses. This sort of thing must be quite unique to our trade. oh yeh we have called ourselves the TimberDicks :thumbup:

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