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Managing to just scuff my leg with a tree rather than getting it trapped. Pics later. :lol:
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The trees are fighting back?
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Finally got the lawn hacked down.
Now waiting for the 'hay' to dry a bit so I can see if my new lawn sweeper will do the biz.

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Went to Markham Grange garden centre near to Doncaster. Phoned up first and was assured it was business as usual. Probably 50 customers there, all of an age at around 70. It is an enormous place and even the (2) checkouts were very quiet. Unfortunately our Thursday trip to Wetherspoons with our grandson is cancelled. :(
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Bald Eagle wrote:
Tue Mar 17, 2020 8:01 pm
Went to Markham Grange garden centre near to Doncaster. Phoned up first and was assured it was business as usual. Probably 50 customers there, all of an age at around 70. It is an enormous place and even the (2) checkouts were very quiet. Unfortunately our Thursday trip to Wetherspoons with our grandson is cancelled. :(
You must be gutted BE, bit of a bummer not being with your grandson as well. ;)

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This useful idiot getting his reward from a grateful prime minister.
https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/amphtml/ne ... 39723.html

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Yet another excellent episode of Le Divide on Radio 4 this morning.
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....seeing Mysty drive into the garden and Demon has just about stopped jumping about. Oh and it’s a beautiful sunny day so having coffee in the garden.

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While your still in a happy place would you like to come off the forum for ten minutes. Can be quicker if you have things to do. ;)
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I know a lot of people like it, but I’m inordinately pleased about this.
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