Hi folks, i have not posted anything for a while, but after reading through this thread, i found a short film on YouTube about a commercial tapper of Birch trees, i was interested to see he uses a drill to insert taps. Don't know if it will contribute to the thread, but it gives the perspective...
Thanks to all you guys for coming along to the meet, i really appreciate that you travel from far and wide, to join me around the fire, sharing good craic, music and fine food, thanks again, and see you for another, sooner rather than later. Cheers Stuart.
Hi folks,good to see a few will be turning up for this one.
GGTBod video is alright by me as i have my own YouTube channel.
Michael, you won't have any problem finding us as there is a road which runs parallel to the wood, the wood itself is the Axehead, i hope that makes some sense.
Hi folks, just a wee reminder, well what with the meet looming upon us, i decided to head up to Wooplaw for an overnighter, whilst there i changed the chute location from the usual wet soggy area, to a new dry one, its only about 15 feet from the old site, so hopefully there will be no...
Evening to you too, yeah we are all fine thanks for asking. No need to apologize about the OP, it just reminded me of my mother saying when i was but a bairn, that she was sick of the sight of my silver sleeves, i hated hankies :rolleyes:.
Oops sorry for the thread hijack.
Hi Mary, I've not been on in a while, but the first post i spied was this one, while i can help with your predicament, you had me ending my self with your description of the "Snotters" glue runs, priceless.
I hope alls well with you and yours.
Atb chortling Stuart.