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  1. Where are you? I probably should have added that. I'm in Brighton but travel around Sussex and Surrey constantly.
  2. They are small and the quality isn't great. Beer money was mentioned in my first post. It makes great handles and hopefully it might be of use to someone.
  3. I always save any box I can but have now collected far more than I need. I need to make some space but I'd like strong beer money for this lot. It's 2-4 inch, the short ones are around 2 ft long and the long 2 are over 4 ft. If anyone is interested let me know
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    Log Table.

    Err!? Bet that wasn't cheap! I'd love to see that up close Looks too good. The grain doesn't really match the log?/bark. But a stunning thing
  5. Hi gobbypunk. The table looks great, do you know how well the finish has held up so far? And could you tell me what finish you used please. I am about to finish a very simple redwood table myself but I've no idea what to use. As its going to be outside. I'll try to add some pics soon. Thanks
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    ArbDogs? Pics!

    I love seeing pics of everyone's dogs. This is my jack. Not really an arb dog, but a great companion
  7. Spud rebuilt and ported an old 395xp for me this year, and it's a weapon. Everyone that's tried it wants one and it sounds sweet ?
  8. The safest place to put the machine VID_20200929_140912.mp4
  9. I can't help but have seen marks like that before on oak and willow, and maybe sweet chestnut. I'm interested if anyone knows what makes them, I just guessed it was a bird
  10. Not a butterfly yet, but I found this beast at the bottom of my privet hedge. I've no idea what it is yet, but I'll have a look when I have time
  11. Unfortunately it's a bit far from home for a late night forage. They are in mid Sussex. The friendly passer-by took some home to check if they did glow in the dark, to my limited knowledge they seemed like experts. Hopefully I meet them again
  12. First thought it might be chanterelle, then maybe girolles. But a friendly passer-by said I was way off and it is most likely an unusual jack o'lantern. I don't eat anything I find, but I'm trying to learn. Glad I didn't take any risks with this ?
  13. Found this on an old (probably) red oak stump


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