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  1. Yea mate if there are not bitter then I reckon you have tree Ceps. That one you cut is prime no maggots, well done. Enjoy or dry them even stonier if you dry them. Cheers Arry
  2. few weeks back I was told this account of a large Black Big Cat. The Guy in question has not told the press and does not wan't to speak to any group and does not wan't to be named. He was on his way to work on Monday 28th of September and at about 7.15am was approaching a T junction at right angles to the road he was joining. In an open gate way opposite a big black cat walked from left to right across the gate way, as the gate was open he drove his car into the entrance of the field. The cat then ran the full length of the field up hill to the top and through the hedge. The guy is a angler and shoots and owns a business and no mug. He is 100% convinced it was a Black Big Cat. This is the junction he was approaching Whiddon Rd and you can see the gate way opposite. Cheers Arry
  3. Thought I would look see what I could find. The Golden wax cap can be eaten it seem but can be muddled with some of the poisonous yellow wax caps. So I would leave them mate. https://www.wildfooduk.com/mushroom-guide/golden-waxcap-2/ Cheers Arry
  4. Not Chanterelles Nicepic think they are one of the Waxcaps mate. Cheers Arry
  5. We used to move people around the factory with these Rent a Crates mate. https://www.teacrate.co.uk/products/hire-our-crates/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=PPC&utm_Campaign=BrandBMM-Rantacrate&utm_term=%2Brent %2Ba %2Bcrate&gclid=Cj0KCQjwit_8BRCoARIsAIx3Rj4LqtfBY3WRsa6gpeZIxqlIns6gJBlLUcHLAYu4lX3PLf-7njxvNakaAvBNEALw_wcB Cheers Arry
  6. There you go Micky. They look a lot browner on top when they are not wet or if you let them dry out a bit they don'e half hold water. Cheers Arry
  7. Some Wood Blewits under the remnants of my Runner Beans. Cheers Arry
  8. Rabbit pot that someone has gutted. Cheers Arry
  9. Arry

    Knife sharpening

    I have a few knifes in the drawer the same as most of us. But use the Opinel Carbon think it a No6 the stainless ones just don't hold the edge, they will rust if you leave them wet mind. I must have left countless knifes where I gutted rabbits some good old Lambs Foot ones at that. So an Opinel drilled a small hole bit of purse cord and a cheep carabiner clipped to a belt loop above the pocket works for me. My old man had a broken antique razor blade sharper like this it has a real fine stone and a strop. As I said it was broken so took the stone out and its spot on for sharpening to a fine edge. Cheers Arry
  10. Sorry to hear that mate. Always hard when you lose one, if you are like me and get to attached. I only keep jills alway have and borrow a hob from time to time, I find it easer that. Atb Arry
  11. Picked up these for my mate Pigs under an Oak in my garden. Already germinating. Cheers Arry
  12. Found a group of button Horse Mushrooms this morning, can't find the Field mushrooms though. Cheers Arry
  13. Just knocked a couple up for lunch as it's pissing it down and blowing a hooley here. One is already gone Lol.\ Cheers Arry
  14. Found them from a while back. Cheers Arry
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