Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by art b, Oct 6, 2015.
Developed my first roll of black & white film in a looooong time
Adjusted rear brakes. Checked measurements for some FI components. Bought a fan heater out to the bus because my feet went numb inside the bus sitting looking at things.
Sacrificed my weekend to prevent our and the neighbour's dog having a Cujo momment with each other.
Replaced the fence. Cheaper than the vets bill.
Not too shabby for an out of date roll of film that's been sat in my fridge next to the cheese for over a decade
Drove 6hrs for a leather settee and chair for the dogs to sit on in the kitchen Mrs TW won on ebay.
Was it in Belgium?
NO Nantes, just north of.
Belgium is 6hrs one way from here.
wooow whats that !!
surely they need lounge by the fire
Yes but the lounge leather settees are only for evening use so it's kitchen wood burner for rest of the day. We don't want to spoil them.
A rabid St Bernard.
golly ithought they were quite doh sile
This morning I chainsawed logs for a gent in the village.
Lunchtime I sorted the coolant loss on the syncro. Last night's cold had promoted the drip to a dribble so it was off with the front bash plate & both jubilee clips have been renewed.
This afternoon, the loft boarding saga continues. It's horrific. The client is back from holiday on Friday. Nothing like a deadline to focus the mind!
This evening, both toilet cassettes were full so it was a trip to the sanitation station.
Followed with replacing the bash plate by torchlight.
Now I'm waiting for Mrs BM to finish in the shower so I can sooth my aching bones, whilst having a beer...
I have once again failed to win a rather dismal motor car in an online raffle.
This time an '03 plate Renault Goona, which bizarrely is the Aboriginal word for faeces and probably sums the vehicle up nicely.
I also packed my wife off to work with some sticks of rhubarb and a little tub of sugar in place of the apple she was expecting.
is it a pug?
Finishing off a cabinet
Hope it fits
I have man handled big stuff as I'm a very manual hands on type.
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