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A burning problem — 11 Comments

  1. Not Green – It’s a toss-up between Ronson or Zippo.

    Anyway, it’s pissing rain now.

    Bugger!

  2. tt – Three problems there.  1. I would need a large lorry.  2. No lorry [or any vehicle] could get near the mountain, and 3. Not much fun.

    Bob a job week?  Haven’t a clue.  They don’t seem to go in for Scouts much here.

  3. Might I suggest, starting another pile, fuck it, it will decompose over time, by the time the next mountain is too high, this one should be well on the way to rotting away.

  4. tt – Good point.  I think there may even be a family of them living in the middle of the pile.  There again, they are probably Polish.

    Lafsword – Unfortunately I thought of that one myself a few years ago.  I now have a whole mountain range out there.  The older mountains are harder to see though as they are all covered in nettles.

  5. GD, I have the same assortment of torture implements (tools).
    I had four giant Douglas Fuckers I mean Firs in the front garden. I put on my suspenders, stockings, bra and all and armed with my axe and chainsaw dispatched the buggers. They now reside in the shed awaiting the chop to fuel my woodburning stove for the winter. Heh! free fuel and no VAT to the Gubmint.

    The back garden was also transformed from jungle to grassland plains.
    I too had a hugh pile of that detritis stuff which I made into nice potash for the veggie garden with the aid of Maguire and Patterson and Texaco.

    The hear was terrific and I even managed to bake a few spuds for the dindins….yum 

  6. Slab – The least you could have done is to enclose a photograph of yourself in your gardening gear.  It sounds quite fetching.  As I said, my big worry is that the trees will take light in which case I have a very big problem [and probably no house].  The only other solution would be to drag the enormous piles onto the main lawn but then I would have to spend the next few years enjoying a view of a massive great black patch.  I don’t fancy that either.  I suppose I could always dump it over the wall?

  7. I had to dispose of 100ft of 10ft Leylandii hedge that had gotten out of control a few years ago. It would have cost about a grand to hire a truck and a man do get rid of it.
    We have an old equestrian centre beside us and the owner kindly let me remove some adjoining fencing wherupon I could drag all the crap into the middle of a field.
    It was torched not long after on a nice Halloeen night. Tosted marshmallows were done for the kiddies too.

     As for my attire, Monty was my fashion advisor,



     

  8. I had to dispose of 100ft of 10ft Leylandii hedge that had gotten out of control a few years ago. It would have cost about a grand to hire a truck and a man do get rid of it.
    We have an old equestrian centre beside us and the owner kindly let me remove some adjoining fencing wherupon I could drag all the crap into the middle of a field.
    It was torched not long after on a nice Halloeen night. Tosted marshmallows were done for the kiddies too.

    As for my attire, Monty was my fashion advisor,



    Its even in our National Sprecken



         

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