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Old Tom..... have you tried it? 

 

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Scones, jam and lashings of clotted cream.

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And cockles and pork scratchings - probably better than anchovies and gherkins.....

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Pig Lane packed complete with stock and tools ready to go to Taunton.

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19 minutes ago, Keith Addenbrooke said:

 

So I turned it over to see the conditions (I've not had a first class ticket for many years)...

 

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...?

 

 

You need to get out more...

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31 minutes ago, Clive Mortimore said:

Pig Lane packed complete with stock and tools ready to go to Taunton

 

If I was going I'd have plumped for the car.

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Just now, AY Mod said:

 

If I was going I'd have plumped for the car.

Who needs a car, got three of these to pull it.

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Just now, Clive Mortimore said:

Who needs a car, got three of these to pull it.

 

I think you should have left last week. :biggrin_mini2:

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Hmm... do you think the domestic authorities have noticed this giant white box in the dining room... and what are my chances of setting up its contents in the room?
One way to find out...

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33 minutes ago, Clive Mortimore said:

Who needs a car, got three of these to pull it.

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 Can anyone else see the weird ghostly horses legs in the first pic?

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37 minutes ago, Clive Mortimore said:

Who needs a car, got three of these to pull it.

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Isn't that the wrong sort of horse? Those are ones you sit on not pull things with even though one seems to have four extra legs laying on the ground!

 

Is the first one a Bob Marley fan?

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1 hour ago, Phil Bullock said:

Old Tom..... have you tried it? 

 


Afraid not, I usually stick to bitters, golden ales and craft lagers. But I might get some pork pies and crisps to virtually share. :)

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10 minutes ago, SouthernRegionSteam said:

Hmm... do you think the domestic authorities have noticed this giant white box in the dining room... and what are my chances of setting up its contents in the room?
One way to find out...

 

You're lucky to be able to use the dining room - I've been ejected from ours as it's now in use for my son's home office until further notice and his international comms kit is spread all over the modelling dining table.  Mind you with a bit of luck and a long lockdown he might be the one who'll have to 'tidy it up' for so it can be used for Christmas Dinner.

 

Here it is being put to its proper use when detailing and slightly amending the appearance of an r-t-p building for a previous SWAGday -

 

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2 minutes ago, The Stationmaster said:

You're lucky to be able to use the dining room - I've been ejected from ours as it's now in use for my son's home office until further notice and his international comms kit is spread all over the modelling dining table.  Mind you with a bit of luck and a long lockdown he might be the one who'll have to 'tidy it up' for so it can be used for Christmas Dinner.

 

Why do you think I designed and built my own folding workbench! :D
Sunday lunch came around too quickly to be able to keep using the dining room table as a modelmaking desk...

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1 hour ago, SVRlad said:


The strongest cider I’ve ever had was Cider House Special by Special Cider Company, near Bridgnorth. 7.3%, but the apples that went into it weren’t picked by monks. ;)

 

Off to Morrisons later, does anyone have any recommendations on stuff to get for not preparing for the exhibition? 

Anything from the Black sheep brewery in Masham! But plenty of good South West ales such as ‘Proper Job’ or ‘Tribute’ 

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1 hour ago, AY Mod said:

 

I think you should have left last week. :biggrin_mini2:

We have just passed Bath, so should be there on time.

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1 minute ago, Clive Mortimore said:

We have just passed Bath, so should be there on time.

 

I haven't reached bath yet. Not even left the kitchen.

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Some people might be leaving out bath. That's one small you'll be glad doesn't travel down twisted pairs

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35 minutes ago, mullie said:

Isn't that the wrong sort of horse? Those are ones you sit on not pull things with even though one seems to have four extra legs laying on the ground!

 

Is the first one a Bob Marley fan?

They are adaptable. Top one (who likes reggae) is a fell pony so should make a good pack horse. The middle is Welsh, I know we can't hold that against him, should do as he is told. The bottom is Romanian so before coming here could have been used for pulling stuff. 

 

Being able to put the layout, stock and tools on the one barrow meant at last year's Ally Pally I was able to pack away zoom out to the car, no having to wait for my turn to bring my car up to be loaded and I was on the A1 just after 5.00pm.

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2 hours ago, SVRlad said:


The strongest cider I’ve ever had was Cider House Special by Special Cider Company, near Bridgnorth. 7.3%, but the apples that went into it weren’t picked by monks. ;)

 

Off to Morrisons later, does anyone have any recommendations on stuff to get for not preparing for the exhibition? 

 

You need to go a little further SW of Bridgnorth for the proper stuff

 

https://oliversciderandperry.co.uk/product/dabinett-cider-750ml-9-3/

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5 minutes ago, jonny777 said:

 

You need to go a little further SW of Bridgnorth for the proper stuff

 

https://oliversciderandperry.co.uk/product/dabinett-cider-750ml-9-3/

 

Driven past  Oliver's quite often since living here but not yet visited.

 

However, surely not right to take Herefordshire cider to an event in Taunton - even a virtual one.

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Nearly ready!

 

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19 minutes ago, Joseph_Pestell said:

 

Driven past  Oliver's quite often since living here but not yet visited.

 

However, surely not right to take Herefordshire cider to an event in Taunton - even a virtual one.

 

 

It could be a good fund raiser for charity. How much will they pay for me to take it away again - or, even better, how much will they pay to compare it with their own brew in a blind tasting? 

 

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1 hour ago, SVRlad said:


Afraid not, I usually stick to bitters, golden ales and craft lagers. But I might get some pork pies and crisps to virtually share. :)

 

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3 hours ago, Stubby47 said:

Scones, jam and lashings of clotted cream.

Applied in the order stated I hope.

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