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Stubby

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About Stubby

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Birthday 20/01/1953

Personal Information

  • Location:
    South Downs Natiol Park .
  • Interests
    Breathing.
  • Occupation
    Tough

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  1. Stubby

    ArbDogs? Pics!

    Or could it be one dog and his man ?
  2. Stubby

    Full wrap

    The ultimate is to ware your Orange Husqvarna braces in Tesco .
  3. If its just a sponge filter then get a new one and see how that is .
  4. Just back from Dads funeral . An 18 year old Aberlour single malt is sending him on his way .
  5. Don't hold your breath .
  6. See how much seasoned and split logs you can get from your local fire wood merchant for £200 .....
  7. Just been watching the news (MSM I know ) it was in one of the many over stretched hospitals somewhere in England . Chap suffering with covid . Was a bread lorry driver . He was on O2 but not a ventilator , talking ( with difficulty ) about how he missed his wife but hopefully will be able to come home soon . I thought he is on the mend , might take a while but should be ok . Sadly died the next day . His wife gave permission to air the interview .
  8. Stubby

    Full wrap

    Its to make you look the hardened , rugged tree fella . If you combine it with " big dawgs " and a neck roll from time to time jobs a goodun .
  9. Light covering in the woods on the West Dean / Cowdray boundary .
  10. Quercus Robur , Quercus Ilex , Quercus Rubra ?
  11. What about the Stien trolley designed by Reg ?
  12. Stubby

    560 xp issues

    Well I do blow them through after as I do have an air line , but if you don't , its better than doing nothing . The tooth brush helps .
  13. 15" on the 550 and 18"/20" on the 560 .
  14. Stubby

    560 xp issues

    If you don't have a compressor and air line then hot water and washing up liquid works well . As long as you split them , dunk them and use an old tooth brush to scrub them and they dry off quick if the water is hot . They look like new .

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