Wet droppings (grey green)

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Re: Wet droppings (grey green)

Post by Marigold » Thu Oct 25, 2018 7:43 am

Love the new avatar, Rick!
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Re: Wet droppings (grey green)

Post by rick » Thu Oct 25, 2018 10:28 pm

Glad you do Marigold. I quite liked 'Betty Colour-Bars' but 'JRPG Chicken' - always good!
I'm at home tomorrow (more pointing - its the clambering around on a ladder that will be good to be over) so will get to see how long it takes them to empty the Auboise bin. I think it must be at least 4 hours so they probably have to stop for sustenance as it will be a bit like running round the block for a couple of crisps! Or maybe it's like a video game and they have neglected bodily needs for just one more mealworm! :)

Ive just got to figure out now how to turn spent Auboise into fuel logs because, although it has been a boon for the council green waste compost... (also I have working chimneys now...)
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