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  1. #1
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    Default Permission granted!

    Ive got a lovely new wood to play in. It was origonally part of Sherwood and is therefore mainly Oak with Holly, Hazel, Ash ect with loads of bluebells and some ancient woodland indicators Yellow rattle, dog mercery. Im a very Happy man!


    So had a night out on Sat



    Had tea cous cous toms leek and sausage


    And breaky bacon egg and smoked cheese in a flat bread, aaaahhhhhggggg.


    Theres rabbits in them there woods too so try for a stew next time!

    Addo
    Last edited by addo; 29-04-2008 at 12:58. Reason: New photo site tag thingy

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    Very nice mate It's good to know some landowners are still willing to let people use their land.


    Ed
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    NNNNNNNNNOoooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooo

    I need a wood!!!!!!!!!
    It is the wise man who has something to say,
    It is the fool who has to say something!

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    Looks lovely.

    Makes quite a difference doesn't it? My only permission wood is a two hour drive then an hours paddle away but it's worth every minute of the journey just to be able to relax somewhere knowing it's ok with the landowner.

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    I must admit, it was very relaxing on Sat, prob one of the best nights in ages, just didn't seem to struggle, and it was rearly warm with hardly any rain. Having full permission and the absence of mountain bikes, drunks in cars, dog walkers and horse riders (Nothing against rearly) does make quite a difference, especially with the setting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addo View Post
    Ive got a lovely new wood to play in. It was origonally part of Sherwood and is therefore mainly Oak with Holly, Hazel, Ash ect with loads of bluebells and some ancient woodland indicators Yellow rattle, dog mercery. Im a very Happy man!

    Addo
    Well done Addo, looks like you've landed a real nice place there

    I've only just got my own wood as well so I know how you feel and it's great isn't it
    Mad Dave... When I see lovers' names carved into a tree, I don't think it's cute, I just think it's strange how so many people take knives on a date.

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    Feels great doesn't it? Knowing that you are probably the only person ever to have slept under that tree - great feeling!

    Simon

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