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  1. If my son phoned me at 3 in the morning to tell me he’d caught some over-sized goldfish, I’d have driven the hour to the lake and feckin drowned him in it.
    19 points
  2. enjoying a bit of sun on her back for a change.
    9 points
  3. Since retirement I have dabbled with a bit of painting and drawing, and largely enjoyed it. Done all sorts of subjects (except hunting scenes) in watercolour, oil paint and a few graphite drawings. Last couple of years I've not been able to find the enthusiasm to restart. I have tried different styles as well, even had a go at the Bob Ross method in oils. I have sold a few and done a few commissions for people and given a fair few away. Did a watercolour doberman for my brother Done my son's dog some years back and sent it out to Aussie for him
    8 points
  4. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5640191/How-letting-Mother-Nature-reclaim-prime-farmland-produced-breathtaking-results.html thought this was interesting article
    7 points
  5. Seen some cracking, running dog based Bull crosses recently, fabulous critters, I just wish I could turn back time, like my gal Cher...
    6 points
  6. 150 is plenty for a pup.these 2 were gifted the way it should be a good home is more important than money
    6 points
  7. 5 points
  8. The new slabs are down, just the pointing to go and, the weather is positively summery There's even a big fat Bumble Bee hovering around. All that snow shite last month feels like a lifetime ago Time for a T-bone steak and some chicken on the barbecue, and a nice cold cider. Ah, life is good Hope you're all having a cracking evening
    5 points
  9. Lets see [BANNED TEXT] hunting vehicles this is my jimny just getting kitted out for next seasons hawking and abit lamping through the summer pleased with it soo far bought it standard added modular wheels and a set of all terrain tyres ,window tints, on order is a lightforce lamp 2inch lift kit and strip back seats out hasnt got me stuck soo far what are use driving ?
    4 points
  10. Just to show people I just don' shoot the rapid I do like the impact aswell three ntes out last week
    4 points
  11. Had a phone call at 3.45 this morning from my son who,s out fishing, he has just caught his first 30lb carp at 34.12, I would normally have driven the hour to the lake to share the moment but had agreed to drop my daughter off at the bus station at 6 for a coach to London, so I got up at 4 and boned out a belly of pork stuffed it with herbs and put it in for 4 hrs low and slow, picked my daughter up at 545 and dropped her into the station for her coach, on the way out of town bit of police activity in the Avon gorge, so slowed down for a bit of a gander to see them pulling a dead body out the
    4 points
  12. Well the sea bass and squid felt the heat , a fine day of feast and fare ahead George’s day
    4 points
  13. Always said when I win the lottery I’m going to buy a couple of hundred acres and let it go wild, graze it with a few pony’s and cows and live in the middle of it in bliss.
    4 points
  14. Can't be assed reading all the thread ,but I watched Colin bell quite a lot ,a great player imho ,comparable with lots of more famous ,higher profile players. ,didn't get the credit he deserved because he played before all the stats and blanket coverage started also be played for a joke of a club ,but a proper class thoroughbred of a player .
    4 points
  15. I know my father used set them when he was young, He would be about 90 if he was still around. I think there were two sizes for rabbits and a smaller one for rats. I found some on a farm tip when I was a young I cleaned them up with a wire brush polished the little brass triggers painted them matt black and sold them to an dealer. I kept a couple of the small rat ones and set them down the bottom of the garden as a neighbour kept budgies and the rat used to run the fence line, about 2 o'clock in the morning I got hoofed out of bed and a slap around the back of my head " you've got a gin set
    4 points
  16. Hey Guy’s was out again yesterday with Jonesy, Kass, Zip, a box of ferrets , a longnet and some purse nets, we headed out to Dave’s sheep paddock to do a fence line, I haven’t done for awhile. We had a great day out in the field, the scenery was fantastic, managed to get a few rabbits, caught up with Dave and his neighbour Sherel ( yep that’s how she spells it) got a new permission that has been on my radar, so all in all a very good day Hope you enjoy the video. Take care guys.
    4 points
  17. do you know I think its realy good how the institutions these days give their inmates access to the internet .
    4 points
  18. Greyman isn't trying to convince anyone of f**k all, it's his own opinion. He clearly doesn't give a f**k what anyone on here thinks lol
    4 points
  19. I hope you go round all the local churches and give them shit aswell
    4 points
  20. That Dartford Warbler is a belter mate that is so sharp, the others are good as well but love that one. Cheers Arry
    4 points
  21. One of my local commons is bursting with birds at the moment Cuckoo My first Redstart And loads of Dartford Warblers
    4 points
  22. Shes young in lizard years.
    3 points
  23. Not saying he was as good as him ,but Len Bolton comes to mind
    3 points
  24. Buzzards and Hawks were really on the hunt tonight. Can`t be sure of the bird but I watched what I thought was a buzzard, close it`s wings, like a Peregrine Falcon, high up and dive at speed after something.( birds of prey lads advise please ? ) The pigeons were on high alert, to say the least tonight. I also watched a buzzard, try several times this evening, to gently coast into roosting birds as though he was just another pigeon, to see the trees " Explode" with a mass exodus of wood pigeons, realising in the last split second, t
    3 points
  25. 3 points
  26. We all Love to get back to a net bouncing with a few rabbits but the satisfaction of running a net out without a hitch and with a nice breeze in your face comes a very close second for me.
    3 points
  27. You've just gone and ruined your credibilty on here, by putting 'boy not girl', instead of DOG not BITCH
    3 points
  28. I’m glad for him to be honest, listening to some Arsenal fans of late has been both understandable and sickening in equal measure. If Sir Alex is the greatest manager and motivator that English football has ever seen (and he is) then Arsene is the greatest coach and conisiure of the game that English football has ever seen. His Invincible team showed everyone in the world exactly how the game should be played.......they should show every school boy in the world that teams unbeaten season if they want to learn the game. Sir Alex and Arsene have given England simply the best footb
    3 points
  29. Remember when Max and the Mackems were singing "you'll be playing Burton next year" to the Newcastle supporters ? ROTFL !!!!
    2 points
  30. Oh I can go wrong, quite easily, but that’s usually down to mr Weston.
    2 points
  31. Just got back from planting a few bits down there. Still a lot to do down there and I've got a lot to learn but we'll get there.
    2 points
  32. I’d say Newcastle were a far bigger team than city ever were. City haven’t really got that big of a support historically and haven’t much to shout about. As for Shearer , well he’s an anathema in modern football, he rejected united THREE TIMES I believe in order to stay as the number 9 atvthe club he supported as a boy. You can’t buy that . So he may have no trophies but I do believe he resents that nowadays. Then again , he is an absolute icon in his home city and you can’t pay that in gold gazza though, well he won things at rangers max and played in probably Britain’s best
    2 points
  33. This shows it pretty well Matty, Also, there's some good tips on Google As long as you get each layer level, to the right depth and compacted well, you can't really go wrong.
    2 points
  34. +1 for fac rapid,love my 1 a mk2 .22 ,a real tack driver and so easy to maintain yourself,bombproof ultimate hunting rifle imo
    2 points
  35. I just looked at that mate,its more of a tour company Islamabad to kashgar sort of thing,phone a couple up like this these,its safe as its the indian himalayas,i have been to ladakh and its a stunning place,your probably going up places like zanskar valley and trek higher,good luck,even if you don't see a cat your still going to have a fantastic experience. http://www.naturetrek.co.uk/tour.aspx?id=230 https://www.naturalworldsafaris.com/wildlife/snow-leopards Read the article... https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/asia/india/articles/snow-leopards-in-india-ladak
    2 points
  36. I don't know if this exists and I can't find it on THL or if has been done before and was not popular. But the idea of this thread is for people to submit their own art, drawn or painted by the individual rather than purchased. A few days ago I saw a very nice drawing in the Lurcher section but I forgot exactly where and now cannot find it. Maybe there could be a place where our own art could be placed? Not for critique or ego, merely to share. I have know a few people who have drawn and painted yet keep it to themselves as a kind of dirty secret. Not sure why. I have always loved a
    2 points
  37. I genuinely think he only gives it out when he gets it
    2 points
  38. Maybe I should give my daughter some grief as well...she's always telling me santa is real
    2 points
  39. only puppy peddlars ask silly money for pups ? normally genuine breeders sell at working mans prices ? and I agree with jerry I wouldn't pay £350 for any pup , take a look at designer dog market cockerpoos etc £700 for a mongrel with a silly name ? well I know who the silly ones are ? lol
    2 points
  40. Another of mine. Long gone. The dog not the drawing obviously.
    2 points
  41. seeing if cats have woken up yet
    2 points
  42. Stick him in the van and take him with you if you like.
    2 points
  43. It’s a shame they all have to get old......he’s hanging in there lol
    2 points
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