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what a feller

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  • Birthday 11/08/1988

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  1. I had lymes this year from a tick on my back next to my arm pit. Not a bullseye rash but I big affected area around the bite. Luckily I noticed it pretty quick and 2 weeks of antibiotics was all it took Sent from my SM-G935F using Arbtalk mobile app
  2. You are right on the money. Colletia spinosa is completely correct. Thanks for the help
  3. Not ponciris. It didn't have any leaf at all. Just that
  4. It was in Edinburgh. About 5-6 meters tall. Clean stems with lots of that in clusters
  5. Anyone know what this is?
  6. Needing some extra cash so if anyone has weekend work in perthshire area give me a shout.
  7. Give me a facebook when you get back paddy, we'll go for a pint
  8. This weird ash was getting reduced today
  9. What is the machine called that your groundie was using to lift timber?
  10. Found this guy a while ago, also found Buddha and a trex who lived on the land rover for a while
  11. That's always the dream buddy, toms had a few ported from you and his 357 purrs like a kitten

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