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Post by martin godliman » Fri Aug 17 2018 10:30

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Goole? Try out Selby way. :wink:
Selby is okay but basically the same neck of the woods as Goole and a long long way from my manor.
And it's in Y*rksh*r* :eek:
It's all't'same oop norff of Watford innit ? :clown:
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Post by davelumb » Fri Aug 17 2018 10:42

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Goole? Try out Selby way. :wink:
Selby is okay but basically the same neck of the woods as Goole and a long long way from my manor.
And it's in Y*rksh*r* :eek:
It's all't'same oop norff of Watford innit ? :clown:
You mean all t'same south o' t'Mersey.

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Post by martin godliman » Fri Aug 17 2018 12:29

davelumb wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
davelumb wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Goole? Try out Selby way. :wink:
Selby is okay but basically the same neck of the woods as Goole and a long long way from my manor.
And it's in Y*rksh*r* :eek:
It's all't'same oop norff of Watford innit ? :clown:
You mean all t'same south o' t'Mersey.
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Post by Crackoff » Sat Aug 18 2018 10:01

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I must spend three quarters on my life in my workshop either working obviously and my computer is there and I watch TV there when my wife is watching soaps etc indoors, it's my cosy little bolt hole. What you can see is an extension to the garage where I originaly used to work but when I got the boat I needed to build on this extra space to work in it's about nine by nine feet.

My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline where I am....lazy git.
My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline

That says it all Martin mate :wink:

Do it now before it's too late :wink: take the first step and just have a look around :thumbs:

Grant :smile:
I see you've edit out the 'where I am bit' :smile:

You're not the first to say that kind of thing about doing it 'before it's too late' ...but too late for what exactly ?
We have a three bedroom house in a London suburb we have now equity release type of deal so I'm not paying a mortgage any more we still own most of the value of the house and I've got bits and pieces of private pension and the old age pension but I still need to work...a bit, we do okay. My daughter and son own their houses and have kids and live in London nearby-ish so I don't have to worry about leaving them anything.

In principle I'm not dead against doing it but where would I go ? I don't want to move anywhere far enough away to retain enough equity that makes it worth it. flats and bungalows are no cheaper (and bungalows practically don't exist round here) than our three bedroom house. Even my wife doesn't know where now and she used to go on about it all the time, I would lose my workshop and easy access to work.

I've been through it in my mind of course Grant and shabby decline maybe doesn't seem ideal to some but I've grown to like it lately. No doubt mine or my wife's health will crash one day and who ever's left will have to pick up the pieces.
If I were forced to live in a shiny pokey little flat with Emmerdale going on within earshot I might have to blow my brains out :grin:

I need my bolt hole, I have to consider my psychological well being :grin: but thanks any way Grant :thumbs:
You're not the first to say that kind of thing about doing it 'before it's too late' ...but too late for what exactly ?

Martin I ment before you get too old and frail to cope with the move mate :thumbs:

It's a hard one and it depends where you live as some bungalows can cost as much as a 3 bed house :eek:

Cheers Martin

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Re: My Shed

Post by martin godliman » Sat Aug 18 2018 11:13

Crackoff wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
Crackoff wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
I must spend three quarters on my life in my workshop either working obviously and my computer is there and I watch TV there when my wife is watching soaps etc indoors, it's my cosy little bolt hole. What you can see is an extension to the garage where I originaly used to work but when I got the boat I needed to build on this extra space to work in it's about nine by nine feet.

My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline where I am....lazy git.
My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline

That says it all Martin mate :wink:

Do it now before it's too late :wink: take the first step and just have a look around :thumbs:

Grant :smile:
I see you've edit out the 'where I am bit' :smile:

You're not the first to say that kind of thing about doing it 'before it's too late' ...but too late for what exactly ?
We have a three bedroom house in a London suburb we have now equity release type of deal so I'm not paying a mortgage any more we still own most of the value of the house and I've got bits and pieces of private pension and the old age pension but I still need to work...a bit, we do okay. My daughter and son own their houses and have kids and live in London nearby-ish so I don't have to worry about leaving them anything.

In principle I'm not dead against doing it but where would I go ? I don't want to move anywhere far enough away to retain enough equity that makes it worth it. flats and bungalows are no cheaper (and bungalows practically don't exist round here) than our three bedroom house. Even my wife doesn't know where now and she used to go on about it all the time, I would lose my workshop and easy access to work.

I've been through it in my mind of course Grant and shabby decline maybe doesn't seem ideal to some but I've grown to like it lately. No doubt mine or my wife's health will crash one day and who ever's left will have to pick up the pieces.
If I were forced to live in a shiny pokey little flat with Emmerdale going on within earshot I might have to blow my brains out :grin:

I need my bolt hole, I have to consider my psychological well being :grin: but thanks any way Grant :thumbs:
You're not the first to say that kind of thing about doing it 'before it's too late' ...but too late for what exactly ?

Martin I ment before you get too old and frail to cope with the move mate :thumbs:

It's a hard one and it depends where you live as some bungalows can cost as much as a 3 bed house :eek:

Cheers Martin

Grant :smile:
I see your point grant...my wife has wanted to move for ages...my children have also been on to me, but I always say the same 'model it' financially if you can but they can't really to be of any benefit.
My son and daughter both say 'come and live near us' but they both now live in more expensive areas of London than I do Hampton and West Norwood (I live in Greenford west London) maybe we could get little flat for the same(ish) money but then I couldn't work ?...or have my workshop/bolt hole. Like I say I don't want to move out and away to some other part of the country I don't identify with just to have £200K in the bank to spend on what ? and I don't want to be miles away from my children and grandchildren, not now.
Ironically in spite of the fact I work part-ish time and have bits of pension and don't pay a mortgage I've got more disposable income I've ever had...crazy.
I will get (more) frail and my wife certainly but that's gonna happen anyway nobody dodges it.

As I said right at the beginning I'm not dead against it in principle but it has to look more attractive than the life I have where I am now, I confess the idea of the effort required to move really daunts me.

Thanks anyway Grant I'm always open to suggestions :thumbs:....my boat and trailer could do with bit of work :smile:
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Re: My Shed

Post by Crackoff » Sun Aug 19 2018 10:29

martin godliman wrote:
Crackoff wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
Crackoff wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
I must spend three quarters on my life in my workshop either working obviously and my computer is there and I watch TV there when my wife is watching soaps etc indoors, it's my cosy little bolt hole. What you can see is an extension to the garage where I originaly used to work but when I got the boat I needed to build on this extra space to work in it's about nine by nine feet.

My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline where I am....lazy git.
My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline

That says it all Martin mate :wink:

Do it now before it's too late :wink: take the first step and just have a look around :thumbs:

Grant :smile:
I see you've edit out the 'where I am bit' :smile:

You're not the first to say that kind of thing about doing it 'before it's too late' ...but too late for what exactly ?
We have a three bedroom house in a London suburb we have now equity release type of deal so I'm not paying a mortgage any more we still own most of the value of the house and I've got bits and pieces of private pension and the old age pension but I still need to work...a bit, we do okay. My daughter and son own their houses and have kids and live in London nearby-ish so I don't have to worry about leaving them anything.

In principle I'm not dead against doing it but where would I go ? I don't want to move anywhere far enough away to retain enough equity that makes it worth it. flats and bungalows are no cheaper (and bungalows practically don't exist round here) than our three bedroom house. Even my wife doesn't know where now and she used to go on about it all the time, I would lose my workshop and easy access to work.

I've been through it in my mind of course Grant and shabby decline maybe doesn't seem ideal to some but I've grown to like it lately. No doubt mine or my wife's health will crash one day and who ever's left will have to pick up the pieces.
If I were forced to live in a shiny pokey little flat with Emmerdale going on within earshot I might have to blow my brains out :grin:

I need my bolt hole, I have to consider my psychological well being :grin: but thanks any way Grant :thumbs:
You're not the first to say that kind of thing about doing it 'before it's too late' ...but too late for what exactly ?

Martin I ment before you get too old and frail to cope with the move mate :thumbs:

It's a hard one and it depends where you live as some bungalows can cost as much as a 3 bed house :eek:

Cheers Martin

Grant :smile:
I see your point grant...my wife has wanted to move for ages...my children have also been on to me, but I always say the same 'model it' financially if you can but they can't really to be of any benefit.
My son and daughter both say 'come and live near us' but they both now live in more expensive areas of London than I do Hampton and West Norwood (I live in Greenford west London) maybe we could get little flat for the same(ish) money but then I couldn't work ?...or have my workshop/bolt hole. Like I say I don't want to move out and away to some other part of the country I don't identify with just to have £200K in the bank to spend on what ? and I don't want to be miles away from my children and grandchildren, not now.
Ironically in spite of the fact I work part-ish time and have bits of pension and don't pay a mortgage I've got more disposable income I've ever had...crazy.
I will get (more) frail and my wife certainly but that's gonna happen anyway nobody dodges it.

As I said right at the beginning I'm not dead against it in principle but it has to look more attractive than the life I have where I am now, I confess the idea of the effort required to move really daunts me.

Thanks anyway Grant I'm always open to suggestions :thumbs:....my boat and trailer could do with bit of work :smile:
Its all about compromise my new home has a bigger garage than my last house but not as much parking/work space so I cannot get as meany boats to work on and the neighbours are closer (boy do I detest neighbours always want to know what you'r doing and hold me up by chatting lol) you need to get on with the work on your boat and trailer the Pike season is only a few weeks away :laughs:

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Post by Crackoff » Sun Aug 19 2018 10:31

Hang on a mo I see Mr :rasp: has not made a silly comment about my shed :eek:

Is Kev not well or something or is he just in awe of my shed :laughs: :lol:

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Post by martin godliman » Sun Aug 19 2018 11:05

Crackoff wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
Crackoff wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
Crackoff wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
I must spend three quarters on my life in my workshop either working obviously and my computer is there and I watch TV there when my wife is watching soaps etc indoors, it's my cosy little bolt hole. What you can see is an extension to the garage where I originaly used to work but when I got the boat I needed to build on this extra space to work in it's about nine by nine feet.

My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline where I am....lazy git.
My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline

That says it all Martin mate :wink:

Do it now before it's too late :wink: take the first step and just have a look around :thumbs:

Grant :smile:
I see you've edit out the 'where I am bit' :smile:

You're not the first to say that kind of thing about doing it 'before it's too late' ...but too late for what exactly ?
We have a three bedroom house in a London suburb we have now equity release type of deal so I'm not paying a mortgage any more we still own most of the value of the house and I've got bits and pieces of private pension and the old age pension but I still need to work...a bit, we do okay. My daughter and son own their houses and have kids and live in London nearby-ish so I don't have to worry about leaving them anything.

In principle I'm not dead against doing it but where would I go ? I don't want to move anywhere far enough away to retain enough equity that makes it worth it. flats and bungalows are no cheaper (and bungalows practically don't exist round here) than our three bedroom house. Even my wife doesn't know where now and she used to go on about it all the time, I would lose my workshop and easy access to work.

I've been through it in my mind of course Grant and shabby decline maybe doesn't seem ideal to some but I've grown to like it lately. No doubt mine or my wife's health will crash one day and who ever's left will have to pick up the pieces.
If I were forced to live in a shiny pokey little flat with Emmerdale going on within earshot I might have to blow my brains out :grin:

I need my bolt hole, I have to consider my psychological well being :grin: but thanks any way Grant :thumbs:
You're not the first to say that kind of thing about doing it 'before it's too late' ...but too late for what exactly ?

Martin I ment before you get too old and frail to cope with the move mate :thumbs:

It's a hard one and it depends where you live as some bungalows can cost as much as a 3 bed house :eek:

Cheers Martin

Grant :smile:
I see your point grant...my wife has wanted to move for ages...my children have also been on to me, but I always say the same 'model it' financially if you can but they can't really to be of any benefit.
My son and daughter both say 'come and live near us' but they both now live in more expensive areas of London than I do Hampton and West Norwood (I live in Greenford west London) maybe we could get little flat for the same(ish) money but then I couldn't work ?...or have my workshop/bolt hole. Like I say I don't want to move out and away to some other part of the country I don't identify with just to have £200K in the bank to spend on what ? and I don't want to be miles away from my children and grandchildren, not now.
Ironically in spite of the fact I work part-ish time and have bits of pension and don't pay a mortgage I've got more disposable income I've ever had...crazy.
I will get (more) frail and my wife certainly but that's gonna happen anyway nobody dodges it.

As I said right at the beginning I'm not dead against it in principle but it has to look more attractive than the life I have where I am now, I confess the idea of the effort required to move really daunts me.

Thanks anyway Grant I'm always open to suggestions :thumbs:....my boat and trailer could do with bit of work :smile:
Its all about compromise my new home has a bigger garage than my last house but not as much parking/work space so I cannot get as meany boats to work on and the neighbours are closer (boy do I detest neighbours always want to know what you'r doing and hold me up by chatting lol) you need to get on with the work on your boat and trailer the Pike season is only a few weeks away :laughs:

Grant :smile:
Indeed compromises Grant, nobody asks me what I'm doing when they see violin and cello cases coming in and out, they don't know what to say !!
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:lol: Do you have a wide brim black hat, cigar and spats :shoot: :laughs:

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:lol: Do you have a wide brim black hat, cigar and spats :shoot: :laughs:

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I must spend three quarters on my life in my workshop either working obviously and my computer is there and I watch TV there when my wife is watching soaps etc indoors, it's my cosy little bolt hole. What you can see is an extension to the garage where I originaly used to work but when I got the boat I needed to build on this extra space to work in it's about nine by nine feet.

My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline where I am....lazy git.
Jack Hargreaves would be proud of that little lot on the back wall Martin.

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Post by jack » Sun Aug 19 2018 14:09

My bungalow in Shaw is a 3 bedroom house. Interested in what Nige was asking Grant, about your electric barrow project. Will need something similar soon, it would break my heart to pay £750 for one!

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Monts wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
I must spend three quarters on my life in my workshop either working obviously and my computer is there and I watch TV there when my wife is watching soaps etc indoors, it's my cosy little bolt hole. What you can see is an extension to the garage where I originaly used to work but when I got the boat I needed to build on this extra space to work in it's about nine by nine feet.

My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline where I am....lazy git.
Jack Hargreaves would be proud of that little lot on the back wall Martin.
One or two of those tools were my grandfathers Jason.
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martin godliman wrote:
Monts wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
I must spend three quarters on my life in my workshop either working obviously and my computer is there and I watch TV there when my wife is watching soaps etc indoors, it's my cosy little bolt hole. What you can see is an extension to the garage where I originaly used to work but when I got the boat I needed to build on this extra space to work in it's about nine by nine feet.

My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline where I am....lazy git.
Jack Hargreaves would be proud of that little lot on the back wall Martin.
One or two of those tools were my grandfathers Jason.

I love old things passed down through the family. This Lucky Shillelagh is older than me. My old man's aunt and uncle used to put there betting slips under it. When they passed away my old man did also.
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I've asked for years for it until my old man finally relented. It's old and faded as is worth sweet FA. But to me it's superb. My betting slips sit under it also when I fancy a bet. :thumbs:
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I bet that’s seen some skull and hair
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Yeah when we have done our b******s again on the 'orses and :hammer:

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Monts wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
Monts wrote:
martin godliman wrote:
I must spend three quarters on my life in my workshop either working obviously and my computer is there and I watch TV there when my wife is watching soaps etc indoors, it's my cosy little bolt hole. What you can see is an extension to the garage where I originaly used to work but when I got the boat I needed to build on this extra space to work in it's about nine by nine feet.

My wife who is borderline disabled would like to move and downsize but I can't face the task of doing it all though I have to admit keeping the three bedroom house and big garden going is beyond me now. I think I prefer to go (further) into decline where I am....lazy git.
Jack Hargreaves would be proud of that little lot on the back wall Martin.
One or two of those tools were my grandfathers Jason.

I love old things passed down through the family. This Lucky Shillelagh is older than me. My old man's aunt and uncle used to put there betting slips under it. When they passed away my old man did also.

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I've asked for years for it until my old man finally relented. It's old and faded as is worth sweet FA. But to me it's superb. My betting slips sit under it also when I fancy a bet. :thumbs:
My other granddad who was the first one to take me fishing caught the local Gunnersbury park pond monster pike about 14lb in those days of course they took them home and I presume ate it ! He preserved the skull varnished it and put eyes in it and it was on my grandparents mantelpiece throughout my childhood, I coveted that thing. Eventually it was given to me long after he died I was about 14 years old I think and I lost it on the train coming home, I was heartbroken :sad:

I did make a halfhearted attempt to see if it had ended up in lost property but imagine asking if a preserved fishes head had been handed in ? :roll: :red:
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jack wrote:
My bungalow in Shaw is a 3 bedroom house. Interested in what Nige was asking Grant, about your electric barrow project. Will need something similar soon, it would break my heart to pay £750 for one!
Interested in what Nige was asking Grant, about your electric barrow project. Will need something similar soon, it would break my heart to pay £750 for one!

Jack I have one of these and was thinking of converting it to electric but I think it will cost too much :scratch:
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Post by jack » Mon Aug 20 2018 09:26

Ok, cheers.

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Post by Matty » Wed Aug 22 2018 11:21

Here you go Grant :boing:

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My bungalow in Shaw is a 3 bedroom house. Interested in what Nige was asking Grant, about your electric barrow project. Will need something similar soon, it would break my heart to pay £750 for one!
Interested in what Nige was asking Grant, about your electric barrow project. Will need something similar soon, it would break my heart to pay £750 for one!

Jack I have one of these and was thinking of converting it to electric but I think it will cost too much :scratch:

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Re: My Shed

Post by Happy Hayes » Wed Aug 22 2018 23:06

Now that’s what you call a barrow :laughs:

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Re: My Shed

Post by Nige Johns » Thu Aug 23 2018 06:38

jack wrote:
My bungalow in Shaw is a 3 bedroom house. Interested in what Nige was asking Grant, about your electric barrow project. Will need something similar soon, it would break my heart to pay £750 for one!
Jack I use an electric golf trolley which I did some modifications to,the only think I have to carry now is my rucksack,I did post a topic about it in the ‘shed’ section.if you can’t find the pics or want any info let me know 👍

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Re: My Shed

Post by jack » Thu Aug 23 2018 10:20

Thanks Nige.

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Post by Crackoff » Tue Oct 02 2018 13:13

Just got this :thumbs:
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And I will be turning it in to this :wink:
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Post by Mike J » Wed Oct 03 2018 09:39

Crackoff wrote:
Just got this :thumbs:

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And I will be turning it in to this :wink:

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You must be bonkers lugging all that stuff to the bank.
Just how much time do you waste packing it all on at home or when you arrive, then unpacking it on the bank, then packing it all up again, then.....oh jeeezzz even thinking about all that would turn me grey.
But obviously your a one place for the day type of guy and how I do love your sort, leaving everything else to me.

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Re: My Shed

Post by Crackoff » Fri Oct 05 2018 08:48

You must be bonkers lugging all that stuff to the bank.
Just how much time do you waste packing it all on at home or when you arrive, then unpacking it on the bank, then packing it all up again, then.....oh jeeezzz even thinking about all that would turn me grey.
But obviously your a one place for the day type of guy and how I do love your sort, leaving everything else to me.


There you go assuming again Mike :roll:

All that stuff is for a 3 to 4 day sesh it is a bace camp for Carp and Cats but during the day I go stalking and only back to at bace at night :wink:

I only unpack it at the swim at home it moves down a ramp with all the gear on straight into the garage the only thing I remove is any bate buckets :thumbs:

In the winter I use this
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Or this
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Cheers Mike

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Re: My Shed

Post by davelumb » Fri Oct 05 2018 09:12

Crackoff wrote:
You must be bonkers lugging all that stuff to the bank.
Just how much time do you waste packing it all on at home or when you arrive, then unpacking it on the bank, then packing it all up again, then.....oh jeeezzz even thinking about all that would turn me grey.
But obviously your a one place for the day type of guy and how I do love your sort, leaving everything else to me.


There you go assuming again Mike :roll:

All that stuff is for a 3 to 4 day sesh it is a bace camp for Carp and Cats but during the day I go stalking and only back to at bace at night :wink:

I only unpack it at the swim at home it moves down a ramp with all the gear on straight into the garage the only thing I remove is any bate buckets :thumbs:

In the winter I use this
fullsizeoutput_400.jpeg
fullsizeoutput_47b.jpeg

Or this
fullsizeoutput_1c0.jpeg

Cheers Mike

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Re: My Shed

Post by Crackoff » Fri Oct 05 2018 16:24

davelumb wrote:
Crackoff wrote:
You must be bonkers lugging all that stuff to the bank.
Just how much time do you waste packing it all on at home or when you arrive, then unpacking it on the bank, then packing it all up again, then.....oh jeeezzz even thinking about all that would turn me grey.
But obviously your a one place for the day type of guy and how I do love your sort, leaving everything else to me.


There you go assuming again Mike :roll:

All that stuff is for a 3 to 4 day sesh it is a bace camp for Carp and Cats but during the day I go stalking and only back to at bace at night :wink:

I only unpack it at the swim at home it moves down a ramp with all the gear on straight into the garage the only thing I remove is any bate buckets :thumbs:

In the winter I use this

fullsizeoutput_400.jpeg


fullsizeoutput_47b.jpeg


Or this

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Cheers Mike

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Like the flag. :cool: :thumbs:
Pity its not fluttering in the wind Dave lad :roll:

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