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  1. Thread: Worcester Boiler

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    Reason he's selling, is he recently converted to...

    Reason he's selling, is he recently converted to electric glass rads/panels. His house is covered in PV & water heating panels, so he doesn't need the gas fired boiler too.
  2. Thread: Chainsaw training

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    And it doesn't degrade the fuel pipe. Just watch...

    And it doesn't degrade the fuel pipe. Just watch if you're changing over to Aspen after extended use of standard fuel-oil premix. As the non-Aspen mix will have degraded the fuel pipe and maybe the...
  3. Thread: Worcester Boiler

    by TGB
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    Worcester Boiler

    :rolleyes: I've been offered a Worcester Bosch 537i combi boiler, (with remote timer) plus a MagnaClean unit and 12x assorted rads; all with thermostatic valves including fittings for 250 all...
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    Interesting proposals from both parties. But...

    Interesting proposals from both parties. But while I would normally supported the NT, them saying we would do this and that, is just dreaming until they actually do it. And with the bureaucracy in...
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    SMmexwaveQuite possibly the best short featuring...

    SMmexwaveQuite possibly the best short featuring ww canoeing I've seen. Thanks for posting the link - now I'll just go and view that again.
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    SMopencanoe Commute

    SMopencanoe Commute
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    :rolleyes: They all seem to start at 32". I think...

    :rolleyes: They all seem to start at 32". I think you can get smaller blocks but smaller bags seem to be a problem.
  8. :rolleyes: Learn to ride a unicycle. If you can...

    :rolleyes: Learn to ride a unicycle. If you can already do that, get a 1000 piece jigsaw and put it together blindfolded.
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    smquentinCan't help with the venue but do hope it...

    smquentinCan't help with the venue but do hope it works out positively.
  10. Thread: hello from dorset

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    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.

    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.
  11. smquentinGood to have have another, who's handy...

    smquentinGood to have have another, who's handy with some 15cm nails and a really big pot of glue.

    And if it all goes honey shaped, you'll still have somewhere to keep your books.
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    smquentinGood to have one who's handy with a...

    smquentinGood to have one who's handy with a brush and maybe a sail too.
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    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.

    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.
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    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip. I'd...

    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip. I'd say for two plus gear and a dog, try looking for lengths around 16'. Enough for your needs and not too long atop the 90.
  15. smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.

    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.
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    smquentinGood to have to have another, who's...

    smquentinGood to have to have another, who's handy with some 15cm nails and a really big pot of glue. And the almost finish canoe is relly nice too.
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    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.

    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.
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    smquentinDoesn't matter what you paddle, as long...

    smquentinDoesn't matter what you paddle, as long as you paddle.
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    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.

    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.
  20. Thread: New Pal

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    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.

    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.
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    smquentinAnother pumphull to the fold.

    smquentinAnother pumphull to the fold.
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    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.

    smquentinGood to have you along for the trip.
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    SMbanghead Sadly it used to be an all too...

    SMbanghead Sadly it used to be an all too frequent an event on Windermere. Fortunately, most of the jetskis and their jerk riders seem to have departed the Lakes. There's a few powerboaters/water...
  24. Thread: Umbrella Power ?

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    Poll: I know many people do but I have not. What I have...

    I know many people do but I have not. What I have tried with varying degrees of success, is a paddle as a sail. Much easier using a kayak paddle as a sail, than a canoe paddle.
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    ;) Without going into it at length. I prefer film...

    ;) Without going into it at length. I prefer film but digital is so much less fuss and a whole lot cheaper, that I hadly ever use film these days.
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