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I have a bath in the ground, a field drain is about 1 meter from the bath,leaves it easy to bucket out.Will the ducks climb the ramp,something i was not sure about.See now you get on.
A potato grap is. A blunt fork used for gathering potatoes.Probabily of irish decent. I find this useful for gathering horse poo.Horse got unwell again.Will get her scoped by the vet as she may have a ulcer or a internal problem.Has a pain that lasted about a hour. I don't think it is colic. Any ide...
Car machanic and body repairer thirty years but again been out for few years and behind with the high tec. stuff. Horses forty years and still learning.Building farm sheds,all that is required strong back and a weak mind!
One of the horses went of colour this week with what seem to be a pain in the gut,we started her on a bran mash and now is well again.I think she got this from eating snow and ice. Stabled at night with two rugs so thay should be warm.Hard work poo picking,i use a potato grap.
I Went to the dentist some time ago and he found a lump on the jaw bone. The hospital carried out a test and as they put it, found nothing sinester.They are still deciding what to do with it.Can be worrying.Hope everything is o.k for you.
freebie this month was four logs found on the road ,would have dropped of someones trailer.Some time ago the skips were open arround here and u could find all sorts of useful things.Fences were put up with a attendant on the gate.So that put a end to that.
I have been cycling now for about ten years. purchased a racing cycle for £10.I find them easy to push. Down side is i am forever getting punctures. Traffic would also be a problem,i use country roads where possiable. parked up in the garage at the moment.(brrr).
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