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Post by JONESEY on Sun Apr 08 2012, 22:56

Nice day play time Very Happy
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Post by matt86 on Sun Apr 08 2012, 23:01

Looks like you had a nice day in the garden chris .

Is that cream and green shed you new one cant remember seeing it when i was down last year .I remember a wood garden type near the bottom with the wd in .

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Post by JONESEY on Sun Apr 08 2012, 23:19

No same one, I have to wait for my Duch Barn style shed so she said Big 50 soon so I think I may be getting one then Smile Smile
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Post by matt86 on Sun Apr 08 2012, 23:33

JONESEY wrote:No same one, I have to wait for my Duch Barn style shed so she said Big 50 soon so I think I may be getting one then Smile Smile
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Ahh i thought it was more glass in the doors ...

what size dutch barn are we talking ? I saw one the other day and i quite fancy one Smile

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Post by JONESEY on Mon Apr 09 2012, 07:55

30' 00" X 10" 00" going over the other side of the garden half under trees fingers crossed Smile
Your thinking of the other shed behind the summer house come engine shed Laughing
That's only 15' 00" X 10' 00" that's the garden tractor shed and engines waiting to be restored,she don't go in there to many spiders lol! lol! lol! lol!
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Post by matt86 on Mon Apr 09 2012, 08:30

JONESEY wrote:30' 00" X 10" 00" going over the other side of the garden half under trees fingers crossed Smile
Your thinking of the other shed behind the summer house come engine shed Laughing
That's only 15' 00" X 10' 00" that's the garden tractor shed and engines waiting to be restored,she don't go in there to many spiders lol! lol! lol! lol!
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that be a niced sized shed Very Happy And that one way how to keep the women out ... when annmarie see's a spider she runs Laughing She wont go in the old shed but the new one i built has not got any cobwebs in there yet so she goes in there untill i took the spare key and hide it in the other shed ! Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Re: Running the Fairbanks Headless up

Post by stationary stu on Mon Apr 09 2012, 10:33

I take it your missus must have been out Jonesey or was it your easter treat to play with your engines as long as you finished your chores first. Strange mine just trys to get me out the house all the time LOL.

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Post by JONESEY on Mon Apr 09 2012, 23:13

I think it was my Easter treat Very Happy it cost me today had to go shopping to Southampton Mad Mad
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Post by stationary stu on Tue Apr 10 2012, 09:56

JONESEY wrote:I think it was my Easter treat Very Happy it cost me today had to go shopping to Southampton Mad Mad
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Now that's the only time have a bad back is a good thing lol! lol! lol!

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