Separate names with a comma.
As a boy in Africa, my mother would iron everything, bedsheets in particular, to kill the bedbugs, fleas and other visitors.
Not found your YouTube videos before. I'll have a look.
I just finished pimping a little 1 lb Elwell into a carving hatchet and I was thinking...
I tend to make up names for paths and places I frequent in the woods. A particular brambly badger track has been named "Hopeful Pass" as it is the...
New Tick-card went in my wallet today.
Can't see the pictures.
Anyone else come here looking for recipes?
My grandad had an apple tree in the middle of his lawn that grew from a prop he made for the clothes line. Fantastic apples too!
I keep meaning to knock up one of these:
Burning waste on an open fire is not likely to destroy all the unpleasant chemical residues and will most likely create some that weren't there....
Wifey is on her second Zafira. I think of it as a Swiss Army Knife car. None of it's abilities are class leaders, but it is a Jack of all trades....
You are truly an inspiration to us all Mr Fenna.
Excellent write-up. Thanks for taking the time to write this for us.
Whereabouts in the country are you?
It's notoriously difficult to capture an entoptic phenomenon like this, but somehow, this morning the conditions were just right.
I managed to take a great photo of Haidinger's brush this morning.
A fascinating phenomenon worth looking into.
Edit: If you can't...
This year I have a plan to try Japanese Knotweed. Apparently a bit like rhubarb.
The trick is to find a patch you are sure hasn't been sprayed....
If only a dentist would comment...!
When my physio asked about hobbies, I said "Carving".
She paused, then said "Meat?"
Firstly, thinking that a wooden spoon was a two dimensional shape like the ones I had used in the kitchen with a flat rim surrounding the bowl:...