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I use lots of engineering adhesives to bond things at work.
There is a whole science around bonding things but there are two simple rules. Use the...
My trees are in general standing up well to the winds. (Inland and quite sheltered)
I have recently had the top half of a large Beech fall down. I...
I too have a speedy stitcher. Great bit of kit. I have used it for making some short straps out of old seat belts and also used in for stitching...
Thanks to this forum I now pass on this advice to my Cubs and Scouts and it has paid off.
A couple of times they have got lost and remembered to...
I am lucky as I work in engineering so have access to odd bits of tubing etc to make any new adaptors I need.
But a trick I also use to repair...
You are absolutely right Spandit
A good quality tool is still a good quality tool regardless of its age.
I still use some tools at work which I...
Welcome to the forum.
There are quite a few others here that are involved in scouting. I am a Cub and Scout leader
Like you we never...
Brash I scatter it around the woodland. I also make piles in various places. There is always a lot especially as I have mainly Beech trees which...
The policeman did not want him to "mow any body down"
Cars are OK but you really need a van.
I have seen it up close and its brilliant .
I had not really thought about this but Keith has a valid point.
I do a lot of chopping with an axe in my wood mainly large fallen branches to...
Thats an impressive activity.
I used to coach youngsters rugby at my local club as well as being a scout leader.
There is a big difference.
When I am coaching I am on a field...
Raspberry jam on my sandwiches.
But for scones its a large scoop of clotted cream with big dollop of strawberry jam on top.
Well I survived another Scout camp this weekend. 56 young people of all ages Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers.
The most enjoyable part is...
Thanks for all the tips. I will start stocking up
Broch. I totally agree with you about ivy. It was only removed as the sickly tree it grew up is...
I will be up in Scotland early August.
Luss (Loch Lomand)
Whats the advice from those that know?
I remember discussing this in a previous thread.
As Fadcode has already mentioned. Royal Mail/Parcelforce will carry axes but most other couriers...
Nice one Mousey.
That will go on the list.
Very valid point Joe.
I always remember the advice:- If you want to know how to survive, watch what the locals do.
Expanding this thread a bit...