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  1. Hut Stove

    I'm in the process of getting a covered , two sided shelter put up in the back garden, partly as a place where my kids can sit with their friends whilst adhering to the covid regulations. I want to put in a wood stove to give some heat - nothing ridiculously big or expensive, but hopefully...
  2. Battery Chainsaw

    I only use a chainsaw to buck my annual supply of firewood, which I transport home in the truck in 5ft lengths which I’ve cut with a bow saw. The chainsaw I use is a McCulloch electric corded one, which is plenty powerful for my needs. I’m considering getting a battery saw for taking away from...
  3. Covid MP

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-54379026 How could anyone be soooo stupid?
  4. Hilux Seat Covers

    Can anyone recommend a brand of waterproof seat covers that fit a Hilux? Thanks in advance.
  5. Future of Diesels

    It's coming to the time where I need to buy a new car. I've currently got a diesel Skoda Scout AWD estate and I really like it, but when I tried to buy a new one I found that it's discontinued. Same with the Golf Alltrack. Some say that it may be because VW are struggling to meet new, more...
  6. Sold: Swarovski CTC 30x75 spotting/draw scope

    I would like to sell my Swarovski CTC 30x75 spotting scope. For those that need an introduction to the scope, see the youtube clip below: I've decided to part company with it because I don't use it enough to justify hanging on to it. I've attached three pictures, two of which will hopefully...
  7. Sold: Monarch Bino Harness and Neoprene Cover

    As per the title and the attached photo, I wish to sell my Monarch binocular harness and neoprene cover. The harness has only been used a couple of times and the cover just the once. The cover is the olive green version. I'm looking for £20 inc. postage. Thanks, Feugh.
  8. Hawkeye Boroscope

    http://www.gradientlens.com/RigidBorescopes.aspx Is this the type of boroscope that a rifle-smith uses? I acquired one from a friend when his company no longer needed it. It looks unused and I'm looking to sell it if it's the right thing and useful for someone. Thanks in advance.
  9. Northern California

    I'm going to Northern California for a couple of weeks this summer, landing in San Francisco in July. Has anyone got any recommendations of where to go and what to see? The plan so far is to head inland to Lake Tahoe and down to Yosemite after having had a couple of days in San Fran itself. I'm...
  10. Sold: Montane Extreme Smock, XL, Olive

    For sale, one Montane Extreme smock in size XL. I've used this only for light work so far (no stalking, no crawling, no hauling wood or any of that sort of thing - I've got an old one of these for that) but have decided that it's just a bit too big for me despite buying the same size as the...
  11. Fibrepile Smocks

    I've used a Montane Extreme fibrepile smock for the last 10 years or so and my first one was just grand, but started to fall apart a bit so I got another in the same XL size. This has proven to be too big and not tight enough to really hold the heat. It's time to sell that one on and get...
  12. Joe Rogan Podcast with Donnie Vincent

    http://podcasts.joerogan.net/podcasts/donnie-vincent For those who enjoy podcasts this is one of the best I’ve heard, at least it is when Joe stops talking as much and Donnie gets more air time. Well worth a listen imo
  13. Drinks Chiller Question

    I've been offered a drinks chiller for a decent price, but I have one concern. It has some rust on the inside, particularly on the shelves. The aesthetics are easily sorted but does the rust suggest that there's something wrong with the fridge so that it is producing moisture/condensation...
  14. Hand-stripping Coat

    I have a HWV and she has turned out to be one at the fluffier end of the spectrum, which isn't really a problem although she can pick up some debris on a walk. I heard the other day that some folk hand strip the coat, or use a special grooming knife to strip out the longer hair and leave the...
  15. Hand-stripping Coat

    I have a HWV and she has turned out to be one at the fluffier end of the spectrum, which isn't really a problem although she can pick up some debris on a walk. I heard the other day that some folk hand strip the coat, or use a special grooming knife to strip out the longer hair and leave the...
  16. Switching Energy Suppliers

    I have been with the same (major) energy supplier for years and years, and have wondered for some time whether I could get a better deal, so I went on to MoneySavingsSupermarket to see what I could save. According to them I could save over 500 quid (!) by switching to one particular company, and...
  17. Spaying Young Dog

    My young WHV bitch is getting a canine taken out next week. The tooth has grown directly upwards and is wearing a hole in her upper gum which will become more and more uncomfortable with time so it is coming out. Because of this dental condition we will never breed from her and asked about...
  18. Pigeon Ambulance

    Injured pigeons 'ambulance service' takes off in Aberdeen - BBC News The poor pigeons in my garage yesterday were beyond the ambulance service, I'm afraid. No matter, we ate them this evening...... :-D
  19. Falconry on BBC2

    Anyone else watch the falconry programme that was just on BBC2? It was surprisingly good for a BBC programme. BBC Two - Lupin the goshawk - Natural World, 2017-2018, H is for Hawk: A New Chapter - H is for Hawk: A New Chapter
  20. Wanted: The Versatile Gundog, Guy Wallace

    Does anyone have a copy of The Versatile Gundog by Guy Wallace that they are willing to sell?

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