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  1. I will donate this camera to your cat hunting if you would like it lumix fz72 60x zoom
    15 points
  2. crackin flags here, so im taking advantage of the weather, sat round the back in just my shorts, sandals, socks rolled up to my knee caps, knotted hanky, and a thumping greyt sausage roll eh im not daft
    7 points
  3. Who ever is at the house needs to flog him so he fcuks off back to the golf course.
    6 points
  4. Nothing to do with his breed, boredom, lack of exercise etc. He’s just a young male dog they all go through that, some less than others but they all have their funny stage. I’ve got a young dog 13 months old and had similar thing with him few weeks ago. Very obedient since the day I got him then out of the blue just starts f***ing off hunting up, ignoring me, running round me in circles etc, basically everything you described apart from running away home. I started taking him out first light somewhere theres no game, or other dogs to distract him, put GPS on him just Incase and went back to ba
    6 points
  5. Exploring the Little Known History of Celtic Warriors in Egypt READ LATER PRINT Celtic warriors were one of the most important supports of Mediterranean armies. However, it is a little known fact that apart from their role in the Byzantium, these powerful warriors also had a strong connection with ancient Egypt. Nowadays, the Celtic languages and cultures are restricted to Ireland, parts of Scotland, Wales, Galicia in Spain and Brittany in France. However, Celtic-speaking tribes once controlled much of Europe before the rise o
    5 points
  6. That time again to get a few Trammels rigged, weather permitting of course.
    4 points
  7. Fukcing dog has got ridgeback in its breeding ......
    4 points
  8. I'm sure I'm not alone on this but when I see something of interest when out and about I can honestly say the last thing I would think of would be reaching for my phone and the more it caught my attention the less I'd be thinking about getting a photograph.
    4 points
  9. Shock collar, fry the fuuckers balls I had this twat do it to me the other day in the mountains. I'm in my hammock, it's 7am and some people pass on the bridle path with their dog. Nob head strolls over, I called him, shouted him, kicked off at the cnut, nothing! Just fuucking blanked me... so I launched a rock at him He's 6 this August
    4 points
  10. Mongo won't take any nonsence off farm stock.
    4 points
  11. Load of shit people love the games f****d line gives them an excuse not to go out
    4 points
  12. These are some of the pics from the fella I bumped in to on my walk yesterday. I'm blown away to be honest to say he's only had the camera a few weeks, he's sent me a lot more. Just shows what you can get for a few hundred quid, we'll worth the money IMO.
    4 points
  13. sling it back in the skip Phil
    3 points
  14. What did you do after dinner like ?
    3 points
  15. You might be better off waiting till next season now mate till there a few more green rabbits about that way you can drop right on top of them before slipping gaining good lamping confidence in your young dog no point in long slipping at this time of year the season’s done the rabbits are the survivors of the winter slog they know exactly what the crack is an they know exactly we’re there heading I alway start dogs on squatters to try give them the best chance of a catch I’ll not slip young dogs on rabbits sat down hedge lines if there not sat out in the field an I can’t get between were there
    3 points
  16. Bush to your right
    3 points
  17. Few signs of direct registry there mate were the back foot comes down on the hole left by the front foot, as you have a few lynx still over there it won’t be questioned, but obviously as they are not meant to be here no one looks or knows what to look for I found these in a gateway after a guy going to feed his horses saw a large sandy brown cat like animal come out the gateway and disappear opposite in an instant, he thought he saw a puma and the tracks add weight to his claim
    3 points
  18. Mate sorry for not replying sooner have just walked through the door and checked in, I,m actually a bit lost for words at your kind gesture, I,m quite a stand alone type of person and find your offer quite touching thank you so very much,, if you are sure about this I would be over the moon with it and even if I don’t get a cat on it I see loads of nice stuff out that would be good to record thank you again
    3 points
  19. I went to check some ground on an estate I had not visited for several weeks and was met with far from so called lock down measures! Ramblers everywhere! Some obviously not from the same household too! Dogs running wild. The air was filled with barking dogs and the gay abandonment of a people completely out of tune with their surroundings! I found pheasants cowering in corners of fields trying to conceal them selves from marauding dogs and their indifferent owners! I thought to myself how much I long for the " lock down" to end so all the trinket shop's and cafe's can reopen at
    3 points
  20. Stop shagging them then
    3 points
  21. That’s what people say when they only have a little one.
    3 points
  22. There was a test done a few years ago I read. Someone measured a spring and wound it down on a threaded rod and left it for different time lengths. Nothing changed its length over a day or two (iirc). I seem to recall it shortened by 2mm after months of compression. But who is going to do that! Mine are cocked as soon as I start hunting. Never had an issue.
    3 points
  23. Dont slip till it runs. if its squatting keep her on slip and walk on it till it bolts then slip
    3 points
  24. My ride from yesterday... no leccy here. Powered by pork pie!!
    3 points
  25. just finished my 50 foot long range in garden today been on with it since last week ,nice and safe big shaun t got me a load of sleepers for free and some half inch steel for a back stop and corrigated roofing looks good I will get some picks up when the big felleh returns my camera
    3 points
  26. Think people need to remember if a man does his running from a motor his idea of a deer dog will be very different to someone that does it on foot
    3 points
  27. This is awkward to watch but I’ve met white people like this, it’s sad be yourself, Wolfdog if your wondering where this came from it’s a show in the UK called Little Britain it breaks every political correctness rule lol there’s talk of it coming back but I’m sure it will be a watered down version.
    3 points
  28. this is shocking to say the least but the LPD facebook page is fckn hilarious,go and see all the comments!!!!!! https://www.(!64.56:886/LethbridgePoliceService newspaper link https://lethbridgenewsnow.com/2020/05/04/star-wars-day-promotion-goes-awry-after-lps-arrests-employee-in-stormtrooper-costume/
    2 points
  29. We’ve all got different opinions but I wouldn’t have collie blood near my dogs for that reason, they’re prone to scatty traits like picking their runs & easing off cover. Owners say it’s because they’re clever but it’s not for me.
    2 points
  30. Forget all this blowing yourself up malarkey, we want to know if your powder coating them baby blue or pink
    2 points
  31. Rav 4 XT4 DIESEL
    2 points
  32. If it’s summat special I’d rather reach for a spliff an sit an watch it in peace,
    2 points
  33. They like the sex, it’s when I say no they lose the plot
    2 points
  34. There's a few things happening mate. 1.hes just hit the rebel stage the same as a teenager going off the rails. The old testosterone is kicking in.his head is a bit daft. And 2. You ain't much fun while on a walk.hes seeking more stimulation elsewhere. Obviously in the house you want them. and no doubt have him to shut off.and chill out. But once out he needs to be excited and stimulated a bit.you need to be the 1 to give him all that. Buy a tennis ball throw stick.no doubt you've got him to retrieve to hand or near to you. Start using the stick in the garden
    2 points
  35. Looks a cracking bit of land SD, you can't beat the silence, only the birds singing and a nice view. Shame you couldn't have had it like that all day.
    2 points
  36. ( dont really like people ) haha made me laugh that lol , i ve deff gone that way since this lock down, the greedy c**ts stripping the shelves down , before the shops stopped them , yep not a people person no more , a dog ok suppose atleast it carnt talk to you, or give snide/ looks and talk bull shit . anyway regards the dog as long as it , dont kill sheep, or bite somebody , and as long as it catches something , thats the only thing bother me , the recall will get better , you got all summer to bond to it, forget quarry plenty time for that . plus take them out on the
    2 points
  37. How can you compare then to now don't think they came in hundreds of thousands and up until the beginning of the last century and the welfare state if you didn't work you didn't eat
    2 points
  38. Liquid alox. It's about as hard as I'd want to go without them going brittle, need the hardness for a good pressure and stop leading. I'm going by the book so not making it up. Around 28 BNH they get brittle so a good way off, and can get upto 28,000psi with 21 BNH so suits me Sir.
    2 points
  39. Yeah Ben. I've always supported the BASC but the whole insurance situation has angered me this year. I'm not going to say it again in detail as I've said it above but it's not the cover I'm willing to pay for. BASC has become far too greedy in my opinion. When I received a renewal breakdown from memory I believe the insurance premium formed less than £10 of the entire £82 membership fee. The idea they couldn't have paid for a policy costing eg £12 per head with no excess or a small excess and covered it themselves on behalf of members in the event of a claim, is alien to me. Also, if they'd ge
    2 points
  40. Not my pics, but off a guy I met on my walk yesterday. He's only been at it a few week and must say I'm impressed.
    2 points
  41. Don't let him ruin another outing or you can lose patience, take the buggar back to basics, back on his lead, recall training on long lead with treats etc, don't matter if he loses fitness it's summer. Atb
    2 points
  42. Just testing you because he's bored
    2 points
  43. I had watched it religiously as a kid and many years ago found a box set online . A great show although it was no Ulysses 31. My wife looked at me in absolute horror when I suggested the name for our boy gutted
    2 points
  44. Brother in Laws Bike he loves it. Cheers Arry
    2 points
  45. Put 24mm ply in door for now. Framed out the roller shutter door entrance. Fitted security gate infront of pedestrian door. Had to fit it off centre so it didn't clash with roller shutter entrance. More secure than my house now!
    2 points
  46. We candled the eggs last night that came from four different sellers on the bay. At the moment it looks like all of them are fertile. Obviously early days and all that. Dozen duck eggs should hatch tomorrow or the next day that are sat on. Goose has at least eleven under her, they are due around the 17th. Going to be a lot of mouths to feed round here soon.
    2 points
  47. so take it out of the oil wipe it off....et voila................. another bit of history saved..............trouble is i had to give it back.......i didnt charge him as he does some leatherwork for me ....but what i did say ...if he picks another one up at a car boot sale ...its mine ..
    2 points
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