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  1. Well Asked my Brother in Law He paid £2500 but researched it big time, also got 2 bike racks for free and sold one on eBay. He has done thousands of miles on it loves it. The other thing he said was look for end of season deals when new models are coming out, September'ish. Obviously the better the bike the more you pay, but could start at about £1500. Cheers Arry
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    powerful

    Very moving that mate. Cheers Arry
  3. This is the Recipe I use mainly you can tweak it any way you want, But a good idea to write it down so if you get a good batch. I aways seem to forget and think I will remember. Of coarse I don't so can't replicate the batch. With this recipe I do add Maple syrup to sweeten it a bit Honey would do it. I've tried a few different cuts of Beef but up till now I find the Beef Skirt the best. If you want it chewy cut with the grain of the meat if you want it more tender cut across the grain. I have tried Venison and don't know if it was the cut I was given but was like chewing boot leather. https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/beef-jerky/ Cheers Arry
  4. Well it taste better than it looks then. Lol. Cheers Arry
  5. Yea I make jerky but make mine out of beef skirt in a dehydrator did a few posts in living of the land section. Mainly marinate in. Soy Sause Worcestershire sause Black pepper Liquid smoke Onion powder Garlic powder Seasoned salt The dehydrator I mainly use for drying the fungi I forage, but it's great for Jerky. To do in the oven at a low setting maybe with the door ajar. Cheers Arry
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    Site problems

    Doing my tree in keeps stalling when posting. Cheers Arry
  7. I walked down to the ponds one evening to the green area with the car park and crept up to the left to a area of scrub with my camera and bins looking for the Boar. As I walked slow and as quiet as I could through this area that had been felled some years before then grown over. The brambles ferns erupted the bloody Sow and piglets were about three feet away, I nearly shit myself and never got a photo. The next day wifey says there they are fifty yard from the cottage lol. Cheers Arry
  8. Had a week up they're loved it. I can't praise the Forest management up enough the tracks are fantastic so well kept. Cannop ponds was just few minutes away from the cottage we stayed in. Wish I'd had known the about the Chips though before thats away useful when somewhere different. Cheers Arry
  9. No but not far away think it was call Dean Forest Cycles think it had a steam railway near by and a Pub up the road a bit. Also I think he told me the sell some off every year secondhand. Might be a good time to ask as bookings for this year must be f****d. Parkend I think mate. Cheers Arry
  10. They are fantastic I could not believe how good they were. My brother in law came back and bought one each for him and his mrs. Think he paid about £1500 to £1800 will ask him. Cheers Arry
  11. This is what I will be on if I get another. Lol. Hired this one when I was stayed in the Forest of Dean. Electric bloody fantastic. Cheers Arry
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    Coronavirus

    I wondered why he was keen on Hydroxychloroquine. Cheers Arry Donald Trump Has Stake In Hydroxychloroquine Drugmaker: Report The president has repeatedly touted the anti-malaria drug as a coronavirus treatment despite a lack of medical evidence. President Donald Trump reportedly owns a stake in a company that produces hydroxychloroquine, the anti-malaria drug he has repeatedly touted as a coronavirus treatment even though his experts say there’s no strong evidence it works. Trump “has a small personal financial interest” in Sanofi, the French drugmaker that makes Plaquenil, the brand-name version of hydroxychloroquine,The New York Times reported Monday. In addition, Sanofi’s largest shareholders include a mutual fund company run by major Republican donor Ken Fisher, the paper said. Trump’s three family trusts, as of last year, each had investments in a mutual fund whose largest holding was Sanofi, according to the Times. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross also had ties to the drugmaker, the Times reported. Trump’s “assertiveness” in promoting the drug contrary to the recommendation of top health experts “has raised questions about his motives,” the Times noted. A chorus of Trump supporters with no medical expertise have backed the president’s urging of doctors to treat COVID-19 patients with the drug, including his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and Fox News host Sean Hannity. In the face of warnings from top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci that the drug’s safety and effectiveness are uncertain in treating COVID-19, Trump has continued to laud its supposed benefits. “What do you have to lose?” he asked at a press briefing this week urging those sick with the virus to take the drug. Turns out plenty. “There could be deaths,” American Medical Association President Dr. Patrice Harris said. “This is a new virus, and so we should not be promoting any medication or drug for any disease that has not been proven and approved by the FDA.” Generic drugmakers also are gearing up to produce hydroxychloroquine pills. One of those companies was co-founded by Trump golfing buddy Chirag Patel, according to the Times. The White House didn’t immediately answer HuffPost’s request for comment. A HuffPost Guide To Coronavirus Stay up to date with our live blog as we cover the COVID-19 pandemic How long are asymptomatic carriers contagious? What to do if you can’t pay rent right now How to switch off from work when home is your office Why we should forgive student loans for doctors on the front lines How to make a face mask with just a bandana How long does coronavirus live in the air? The HuffPost guide to working from home What coronavirus questions are on your mind right now? We want to help you find answers. Everyone deserves accurate information about COVID-19. Support journalism without a paywall — and keep it free for everyone — by becoming a HuffPost member today.
  13. Morning Keith well after that I will start the day with a smile. Hope you're keeping okay. Keep them coming mate. Cheers Arry
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    BBQ Time.

    I worked in a big factory in maintenance, there where loads of Microwaves in all the tea stations and canteen. Every year a lady came around with a geiger counter to test each one. Jokingly I said I bet you never find any that are faulty or leak, she answered well put it this way I won't have one in my house. Cheers Arry
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    BBQ Time.

    After you boys got my mouth watering got this bad boy out of the freezer. Cheers Arry
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