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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeHW45 View Post
    I've had a look on egay! They do some great little setups for around £20 -£30 and I reckon i'll have to invest I'll ping a link over to the curtain chap and see if he fancies the same one. Its amazing the power of some of them on there when you spend serious dollar. There was one that can hold up to 500kg for around 150 quid. The only drawback being youd need around ten people to drag it up with a loaded bank safe on the end
    The magnets that come out of microwaves are very powerful, but you have to be careful dismantling them as there's a tiny little thing that if broken is very bad. Loads of YouTube video showing how to do it safely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole trapper View Post
    The magnets that come out of microwaves are very powerful, but you have to be careful dismantling them as there's a tiny little thing that if broken is very bad. Loads of YouTube video showing how to do it safely.

    Cheers mate. I shall certainly have a look into that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackrider View Post
    Paul, you will discover that when you do finally retire from full time employment, you will have TWICE the amount of work on your hands...trust me on this, I did !
    Nearly everyone I know who’s retired has said that John, they wonder how they ever found the time to go to work
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewPaul View Post
    Nearly everyone I know who’s retired has said that John, they wonder how they ever found the time to go to work
    Apart from shooting, I used to fish a lot, mostly fly for trout. In the 3.5 years since I retired I have been twice ! I do tend to get a bit more time shooting though.
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    Sat on the patio in a comfy chair on my fourth beer (in a dimpled mug i might add) my best pal laid out beside me (he has just had a lovely long walk in the hills) eldest son is ordering a slap up indian take away, if carlsberg made lazy sunday afternoons its not the hollow, but its a close second

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldinio View Post
    Sat on the patio in a comfy chair on my fourth beer (in a dimpled mug i might add) my best pal laid out beside me (he has just had a lovely long walk in the hills) eldest son is ordering a slap up indian take away, if carlsberg made lazy sunday afternoons its not the hollow, but its a close second
    Sounds like a cracking afternoon Chris. I've gutted and cleaned the kitchen and dining room this afternoon. Not quite so relaxing lol. This morning was good though. Jack had his grading for his orange belt in karate which went well!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldinio View Post
    Sat on the patio in a comfy chair on my fourth beer (in a dimpled mug i might add) my best pal laid out beside me (he has just had a lovely long walk in the hills) eldest son is ordering a slap up indian take away, if carlsberg made lazy sunday afternoons its not the hollow, but its a close second
    My God, it's hot in Great Ayton bud
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeHW45 View Post
    Sounds like a cracking afternoon Chris. I've gutted and cleaned the kitchen and dining room this afternoon. Not quite so relaxing lol. This morning was good though. Jack had his grading for his orange belt in karate which went well!!
    I bet Its nice to have the feeling of achieving so much in one day mate. Awesome ninja skills of Hw45 junior too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trumpetier View Post
    My God, it's hot in Great Ayton bud
    I hope it stays that way mate. Ive wangled a late start for tomorrow so i can take the new kral up to ayton and hopefully christen it on the woodies

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldinio View Post
    I bet Its nice to have the feeling of achieving so much in one day mate. Awesome ninja skills of Hw45 junior too
    Cheers mate The lads well made up. Once theyre on orange belt they need sparring pads and gumshield. the highlight of his day I think lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeHW45 View Post
    Cheers mate The lads well made up. Once theyre on orange belt they need sparring pads and gumshield. the highlight of his day I think lol
    Sounds like from there on in it gets serious. Be sure to tell him to get his revenge in first. Theres no points for kicking an opponent in the goolies. But there is a great deal of smug satisfaction

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldinio View Post
    Sounds like from there on in it gets serious. Be sure to tell him to get his revenge in first. Theres no points for kicking an opponent in the goolies. But there is a great deal of smug satisfaction
    I'm going to pass on the advice first thing in the morning when he wakes up lol

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    Been having a lazy one, too.

    Back and neck have been well ropey......pay back for Friday evening's head banging escapades methinks!

    Very well done to young Jack; pass on my congratulations, Mike.


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    Quote Originally Posted by baldinio View Post
    I hope it stays that way mate. Ive wangled a late start for tomorrow so i can take the new kral up to ayton and hopefully christen it on the woodies
    Good luck mate, enjoy

    Not looking forward to wareing long trousers at work tomorrow, phew we're doing graffiti removal, so might have a cooling blast from the Lance, at a safe distance of course
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