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  1. Now that is great, solid, advice! Nice patch KJ[emoji106]
  2. Think you need to do it on a mill with a wide band as narrow bands deviate too much, a good friend of mine had about 4000 pilings 20 years ago, all sorts of species but mostly tropic hardwoods, it was a steep learning curve! Good luck with them.
  3. Clark Forest bio chain oil is similar colour to that, like others have said it won’t have caused leak!
  4. Have you tried a husky technical, similar price to the petzl and better suited for ground based work, also the pfanner protos but much dearer but I believe it has a much longer ‘life’. I have both and rate them both highly except husky visor is easily damaged. Can’t help anymore than that as my head is at the opposite end of the scale to yours[emoji849]
  5. I’m sure I saw a report on Anglia News a while back that Betty had succumbed to ADB or was at least declining quite rapidly, I’m about 10 miles from Ashwellthorpe, where Betty is/was and dieback was first ‘discovered’ in U.K.
  6. Gold crest crashed into my daughters window, luckily only stunned and went on its way after 20 mins
  7. Hi Mike, sorry only just saw your post, I’m in Norfolk
  8. You on crack? It’s superb firewood!
  9. Appears t be big brother to mine[emoji106]
  10. Maybe because they know the Chinese state is lying about the numbers?
  11. I feckin love that machine! Looking forward to more vids of your gear at work[emoji106]
  12. I’ve found them on tree trunks b4, usually well b4 glowing times, they have a tendency to favour dry paths/paving at that time... a fallen trunk would b similar? There’s a thread on here somewhere about glow worms and one of the posters was/is involved with surveying them (if it’s of interest)[emoji106]


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