I cant finish my adventure story today as I have to visit the Doc this afternoon, to see if there is any work left in me.Looking through some of the messages I received last week to which I didn't reply because I didn't know how, I found a question from Rowly Hill about the rabbits. My Reply
I didn't kill them, I delivered them live to a packing station in Lincolnshire, where they weighed & payed 2 shillings a pound. The rabbits weighed 5 lb, this firm also sold pellets… Continue
Added by Eric Walker on November 30, 2010 at 13:00 —
A recent blog post about a front garden in Edinburgh, which was tarmac covered and showed little promise - combination of imaginative use of materials and 3D modelling saves the day!…
Added by Tracy McQue on November 30, 2010 at 11:23 —
If you live in or near Dunstable and would like your path or drive way cleared of snow and ice then Call Ouzel Landscapes on 07800 888120 and we will be more than happy to come and clear it from only £10!
After we have cleared the snow we can also apply a covering of rock salt to help prevent any ice forming and to help inhibbet further snow from settling.…
Added by Kieran Ray on November 29, 2010 at 22:10 —
Don’t put a foot wrong this Winter with Surefoot.
The latest product launch from Green-tech this Winter is a high performance de-icer for use on footpaths and public thorough fares. Surefoot de-icer is ideal for use as a preventative measure before a frost but also suitable for application after ice has formed.
Surefoot is super-concentrated, simply apply undiluted to any footpath or walkway where ice poses a risk to pedestrians. Unlike traditional rock salt, Surefoot is… Continue
Added by Green-tech on November 29, 2010 at 15:30 —
The work on the section consisted of changing the odd sleeper & burying stones. The ballast in this area consisted of sand. As it was dug from the ground there were stones in it which we buried in a hole we dug & then filled in. We couldn't understand the reason for this as we would have just thrown them down the bank.When we set off in the morning we always headed west as the station where we all lived was at the eastern end of our length. There are level crossings all the way across… Continue
Added by Eric Walker on November 29, 2010 at 14:51 —
Buckinghamshire based Agripower Contractors is proud to announce it has been confirmed as a SureSet approved installer.…
Added by Tina Ribbans on November 29, 2010 at 9:22 —
It’s a common misconception that sustainability and being kind to the environment equates to being unkind on the wallet. Here are some ideas of how you can create a stunning garden whilst still doing your bit to help the planet and…
Added by Michael Burt on November 28, 2010 at 19:41 —
After 3 days working at Grand Coulee we moved 18 miles east of Regina to Balgonie were we started again. We had Sunday off & we were sat next to this big rough pock marked Canadian
, he asked for a roll up cigarette so I gave him the makings. He enquired were we came from & told us about his time in Scotland in the army during the war, apparently he met this police sergeants wife who made a fuss of him, he said he loved the pubs & wished he could return.He had been married but… Continue
Added by Eric Walker on November 27, 2010 at 18:00 —
For professional paving, driveway and landscaping services in Liverpool and Merseyside call Dempsey for a free no obligation quotation:
Tel: 0151 724 5245
Added by Ashley Dempsey on November 27, 2010 at 16:30 —
Small business - five top tips to prosper in austerity
Simply Business survey reveals businesses’ biggest concerns
Simply Business , the UK’s leading insurance brokers for small businesses, canvassed their community of customers to identify the key issues faced by small…
Added by Phil Voice on November 26, 2010 at 15:00 —
Eric Walker in Canada
Added by Eric Walker on November 25, 2010 at 18:56 —
We drove out of New York on the bus & pulled up at a roadside restaurant ,.When we got inside it was exactly as we had seen it in countless films, spotlessly clean with tissues & a glass of water on the tables along with a device where you put a coin in & selected a record which you could see being selected & played in the jukebox.
We picked something hot from the long menu & within seconds we received a glass of orange juice & shortly after the meal which was very… Continue
Added by Eric Walker on November 25, 2010 at 16:55 —
During the year Peak Surfacing have been working with Green Estate on urban regeneration projects at parks and public places throughout sheffield.
We were initially asked to provide a seamless,virtually maintenance free resin bound surface for a community park which green estate were creating,near the city center.
To create the fully permeable surface we laid 30mm of resin bound surfacing on top of a compacted subbase.Resin bound… Continue
Added by Peak surfacing ltd. on November 25, 2010 at 13:32 —
In an ideal World I am sure everyone would have a mini orchard, grapevine and strawberry Continue
patch in their back garden. Unfortunately many of us do not live in this
figurative ‘ideal World’, but that does not mean that you have to forego growing
your own fresh fruit. Any size garden can accommodate a small crop of delicious
fresh fruit and now is the time to start planning your fruit of choice and the
best way to…
Added by Mark Johnson on November 25, 2010 at 12:00 —
Latest photos now up on our website! www.genesislandscapes.co.uk/gallery
Added by Mike Long on November 24, 2010 at 20:27 —
A new era in Eco Friendly Swimming: Natural swimming pools
Far from being a new concept there are over 20,000 Swimming Ponds on the continent, and we at Anglo Swimming Ponds are proud to be the first and most
succesful company to introduce these works of art into
the UK in 2001
A Natural… Continue
Added by Natural Swimming Pools on November 24, 2010 at 20:00 —
Today was the Environment Agency'
s big Environment 10 conference, still ongoing, (check out the self congratulatory tweet
feed). Their use of of catchphrases such as 'Creating a Better Place' may well stick in the throat of many Cornish and other people who have been affected by recent flooding. Recent EA PR states that finally the EA are helping to fund riparian woodland to ease water run off… Continue
Added by Pip Howard on November 24, 2010 at 18:00 —
International children’s charity Right To Play featured UrbanTurf® artificial grass within its live-art installation as part of the Art of Giving private preview event held last month at London’s Saatchi Gallery.…
Added by Tina Ribbans on November 23, 2010 at 12:59 —
ahs ltd are excited to announce the addition of three new members of staff to their expanding team of specialists.
In our pursuit to become ISO 9001 certified we have employed Kelly Ball as our Health and Safety Manager. She will… Continue
Added by Claudia Wright on November 23, 2010 at 10:47 —
Last week added a new selection of recycled plastic edgings , in several colours and depth so now can offer the biggest selection of quality products.
Looking at some blogs I bumped into things you may want to readhttp://freshdirt.sunset.com/2010/11/lawn-art-its-all-done-with-edging.html
about metal lawn edging:… Continue
Added by Ofer El-hashahar on November 22, 2010 at 23:45 —