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gary112

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    hedgelaying/planting

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  1. gary112

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    That 562 looks the dogs danglies,like it
  2. Pretty looking dogs Spuddog
  3. Fu&&in hell i would say the cat is the clear winner here
  4. Agree with Mick,tawny owls i would say
  5. Trimming up is what i use them for,no issues at all
  6. Not long,but there the best cordless ones i,ve used,they last about an hour on constant use
  7. Private concrete drive,the gate is there for crossing stock from one side to the other,the old fence i took down was the same style and customer chose to have it put back the same,only sheep on the farm and the customer will only have oak when it comes to post and rail.I,ve done 300 mtrs of it so far all round there garden.
  8. No be fine,there’ll be 3 strands of barbed wire on the backside aswell
  9. Bit of oak post and rail the last couple days
  10. 4 or 5 yrs old and shop bought,it,s the second time it,s had fruit
  11. Wet morning here today so did a bit in the greenhouse,lettuce,broccoli,cabbage all potted on
  12. It is a good innings as you say,but very sad aswell,i feel for you it,s never easy when they go

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