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  1. The time of eating the farmers veg and rabbits have long gone 🥲
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  2. Being born into a dogmans household I learned valuable lessons early on.Whether its humans or hunting dogs 50% are a waste of oxygen.The other 49% are just average.But that 1%,When the stars align perfectly and you get an above average worker.It just ain't nothing better. 10 year ago I made a breeding that produced a runty pup.I tried to give her away but nobody wanted her so I kept her.Named her Mugz. She has worked well since her very first time.Never put a foot wrong.Last week I acquired permission with the biggest farmer in my area.The farmer took me to a groundhog set.Co
    18 points
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  4. Sort of Ploughman's. Cheers Arry
    16 points
  5. BBQ'ed Fillet Steak Sandwich. Cheers Arry
    15 points
  6. 15 points
  7. Just made some Scotch eggs with Cumberland sausage meat. Cheers Arry
    14 points
  8. 20p……..
    14 points
  9. I see that up at my woodland in Wales. When the pheasant poults are taken to the release pens , it's not unusual to see 20 to 30 , red kites, buzzards , and ravens , all circling together. Its quite an impressive thing to see. Took these pics yesterday at my woodland. 3 great tit chicks, and 7 pied flycatcher chicks. I've got about a dozen nest boxes, all with chicks in . I intend putting more up for next year.
    14 points
  10. Honestly I've watched a few of those and they come across as bunch of c**ts....then you read the comments and its other Mongols with equally cuntish remarks... Personly I think they want a crowbar wrapping round there nut....it unfortunately shows how our police force hands are tied...cos in the old days they would have got a kicking ...which they deserve
    13 points
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  12. Done , all mine no one else likes it
    13 points
  13. Corned beef and eggs fried in beef dripping for breakfast today.
    13 points
  14. A first for me
    12 points
  15. Boiling ham,mash,peas and parsley sauce..
    12 points
  16. Knocked up some potato cakes this morning and made pizza dough ready for tonight's tea.
    12 points
  17. f**k paying that if i didnot have insurance id pts lesson to be learnt
    12 points
  18. Check out my dinghy restoration that should cheer you up should have took a pic of it sunk and covered in weed lol but in all seriousness we should all stick with it otherwise one day it won’t be here like local shops so keep your pecker up old chap and hopefully winter time will bring a fresh wave of subjects your pictures of red deer in the garden were great and well worth sharing be a shame to lose that sort of thing
    11 points
  19. Sausage, black pudding and grated cheddar for you food snobs
    11 points
  20. Been an on going project planting wild flowers plus packets and packets of wild flower seed on the steep back of my house. At the moment its Oxide Daisy's turn. Cheers Arry
    10 points
  21. Not so much an headstone but a memorial which I found interesting walking around Walton on the Naze today I met up with a few old retired railway mates for a bit of grub and a few pints and see this. Herbert George Columbine VC (28 November 1893 – 22 March 1918) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. Columbine was 24 years old, and a private in the 9th Squadron, Machine Gun Corps, British Army during the First World War when th
    10 points
  22. Managed it....
    10 points
  23. Well Wifey is on Holiday so we don't go away we spend money on going out for meals as we are lucky where we live in Devon. Out for a roast at a Pub out in the sticks called the Rising Sun I liked the stain glass window. Cheers Arry
    10 points
  24. Loads of guys coming out of the hunting game,...and of course,.. this has been happening for several years,. but now,.it seems kinda different Will we miss it,....ya bet ya fecking life we will....
    10 points
  25. A very similar thing happened to my mate on a holiday in Spain with the lads. He just completely vanished without a trace. They found him three days later in a brothel , coke coming out of his ears , and 9k lighter .
    10 points
  26. Traditional grub today; mince and dumplings, mashed tatties and green beans; with brown sauce, of course ! Cheers.
    9 points
  27. The gang working for me this week got me this for giving them an early finish all week Pulled pork, Chicken, Brisket, salad, coleslaw and fries, ( would have preferred chips ) Forgot bbq sauce
    9 points
  28. He is living his best life mate was to tame to release so gave him to a lady up the road that has a Jill living in here house spoilt rotten and pongo has taken up with her like he belongs not the best pic a photo of the misses phone screen but you get the idea
    9 points
  29. sweet&sour with extra pineapple and stuff
    9 points
  30. Couple of screenshots from a video I filmed this morning at work stood in my hiviz jacket as it walked along towards me and basically across my feet.
    9 points
  31. Not a fan of pork chops and joints but this has to be prob the best pork I've eaten
    9 points
  32. Roast pork shoulder with cabbage peas beans and roast potatoes with gravy, not gonna manage a plate pic but here's pork....
    9 points
  33. A little roast beef today
    9 points
  34. I can’t imagine my life without dogs they are my escape from the doom and gloom of this country walking the hills forests with no other humans in sight is my peaceful place and I hope to do it for many more years
    9 points
  35. fish chips used to go here with me gran as a baine still the same lol
    8 points
  36. Seeing Biden, at least we know what happened to the inbred, banjo playing kid out of Deliverance .
    8 points
  37. Totally agree with the above post, but let’s face facts, for at least 3 decades the young have been told that they should be ashamed to have any national or historical pride, that it was a bad thing, something to be ashamed of. Add to that whole areas increasingly given over to the 3rd word with their 3rd world way of living and it all adds up to people who just don’t care any more. jmho
    8 points
  38. See their pushing the shingles vaccine now. I got shingles about 5 years ago and felt shite and it took best part of a month to clear up but no way would I have a vaccine for it and part of that's down to how the establishment conned and put pressure with threats of loosing your job and not being able to travel with the covid jab.
    8 points
  39. Mate has some pigs on a wetlands nature reserve thing , he's been asked to keep them on there to clear some land of brambles etc The pork is amazing
    8 points
  40. Cuckoo egg in a pipits nest, layed today, 10/06
    8 points
  41. Reading all these posts is pretty uplifting really, when you see so many lads who didn’t do well in school as part of the “normal” education system and lads who maybe were going down the wrong path in trouble with the law and now their kids are doing ok or are on the path to doing ok. It shows that you don’t have to be defined by your circumstances, which is what I have always believed. Even lads who are having a blip with the kids are working hard to put it right and putting real thought into helping their kids with every bit of their ability…….they may not have the answers yet but
    8 points
  42. I,m living my best life I live on my boat that I have dreamt of doing since my early twenty’s am in the process of selling off all my assets to live life exactly how we want to, my interest in cats has put me on tv,radio and magazine whilst you on the other hand worked in a pet shop during the 70s are still in your bedsit sewing up the holes in your socks to go out and paste up Jeremy corbyn posters before coming home to the exotic parrot you have and beating one off to a Diane abbot poster so don’t feel sad about my empty life it’s rather fantastic truth be told, now as I’ve said rather than
    8 points
  43. It's tough going for all & everything up on the high ground..'The Beast' there looking down on owld heading on up..
    8 points
  44. Few pics of my Mrs pup yesterday afternoon..10 months old
    8 points
  45. It was misty that day but normally you could see the mountain Suliven in the distance. We climbed it and it was buzzing with life: insects, frogs, toads, grouse, red deer, golden Eagle. I normally associate a huge variety of wildlife with higher temperatures. But the Highlands has an ecosystem which hasn't been interfered with by industry or agriculture, so the place is just an huge nature reserve brimming with life. On the negative side you get eaten with midges and have to be careful of ticks.
    8 points
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