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forestgough

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About forestgough

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  • Location:
    mid wales
  • Interests
    skip raking and scrating
  • Occupation
    ambulance transport

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  1. Anybody else cry when he was trapped underwater,gulp.
  2. Which item continues to make you smile at its performance. My sad and battered 55 year old zetor tractor amazes me,it was £400 30 years ago and has done everything ive asked of it.It lives outside and has been boiled and run low of oil,but always starts again after a rest,it powers the splitter or sawbench day after day and can still earn half its original cost in a day.
  3. leave it til Christmas and sell foliage to florists for wreaths,they love yellow variegated.
  4. The best type have netting on 2 sides
  5. hi coppice how about vented barrow bags,they contain .25 of a cube.They can be moved about with a decent sack truck and could be manhandled onto landy. I usually stand 4 on a pallet tied together for stability while they season.
  6. Google mobile upholstery repairs,a wizard in a van will make it disappear.
  7. Just out of interest try putting bar on upsidedown and running saw
  8. thought the chancellor was doing away with red diesel in the recent budget you just claim a rebate in future
  9. Test results back,ive got it and have to assume wife also has it. Its bloody rotten,8days of the most miserable aching coughing til ive sprung a rib,boiling then freezingand trouble sleeping and not much better after all this time. I wouldn't wish it on anyone let alone the elderly. At least im paid and looked after by ambulance service
  10. whats that about the bottom vent being connected to outside via a pipe
  11. mended the oil side of my combican with a poundland epoxy syringe
  12. am I right in thinking Adam Worboys etc gets you a head start in alphabetical listings,just behind aardvark services.
  13. I can only tell you about how good the mosquito bags are,i use them to finish drying my stock off, Stack them with the mesh side to the wind for good airflow and make sure to keep rain out from above. The ones with bottom loops suit my system as I use them to tip logs out on trailer. My current bags will have been used about 8-10 times and are now on their last legs,but I am now double bagging to get more use out of them.
  14. If only we could get the managers from the best hospitals to sort out the worst ones. The biggest problem in the nhs is that the shit employees are so difficult to sack that they get promoted upwards and then recruit their useless mates to surround them. Next time you are in a hospital and the service is rubbish,start turning the staffs I.D badges the right way round so you can see their names,they love being anonymous.

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