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  1. Not being eating thoose apples don't they taste good? 🙂
  2. Thats what I was thinking Would an apple tree cause subsidence unless its giant one right next to house or something..... How will they avoid pipes not knowing were they could be metal dectector? This thread needs pics
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    Making the news today....

    Guy made 1 million from the olde oi've got some spare tarmac here mate scam. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-45120251
  4. How long do helmets stay in date is there sticker someone like food best before?
  5. Is that betheseda St Annes?
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    Natural Resource Wales

    What a useless bunch of..... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-45084814
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    Bark loss after prolonged sunny spell

    Not a tree that naturally sheds bark some species of maple do i think? Leaves look heathly.
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    Whats the point of wasps?

    Was cutting some damson down recently a massive cloud of midgey type critters living on it swarmed up as soon as they got disturbed, had a face full of them.
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    Tree recommendations for privacy

    Holly, Yew, Bay. A hedge would screen more than a tree but neeeds more maintenace Smaller trees often establish faster/better & often catch up with bigger planted trees after a few yrs, so I wouldn't plant a costly very big tree unless you want to spend for instant impact.
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    Makita recall

    Ha thats a disgrace really taking the piss, so the extra riveted panel with sticky label with safety info has knackered the whole handle... Was that plastic bit riveted on suppose to make it stronger oe sometinh I just don't get why the did that?
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    Whats the point of wasps?

    Iv'e read it yrs ago but can't remember much about it apart from in being abit "dark" or something. Think iv'e read all his books, i like the Ian m banks sci-fi ones.
  12. Any really rotton stuff you could stack them up somewhere as a habitat for the bugs as they won't burn well. Waht species is the tree silver birch rots fast....... http://www.bbc.co.uk/breathingplaces/wood_pile/
  13. This thread needs some pictures. Some times knotty wood is hard to split but also rotton wood can be hard to split as goes like sponge. Maybe buy this book: Norwegian Wood 😀🧐 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Norwegian-Wood-Non-fiction-Book-Year/dp/0857052551
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    Your favourite silky

    This one because of its name: Silky cheerful hand music 500MM https://global.rakuten.com/en/store/wallstyle/item/engeinokogiri0168/ Bad translation? 🤨?
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    Class of chainsaw protection

    I have stihl dynamic trousers type c (allround protection) class 1 lasted well & being used & abused for yrs. Class 1 won't stop a bigger saw with faster chain speed as well as class 2 though.

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