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mackay
Posted 18 Dec 2011
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Mum\'s camera uploaded 23rd July 172
Just thought I'd share
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Mike
Posted 18 Dec 2011
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I know you have a young team Andy, but I never knew you started them this young

Great pic!
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GRG
Posted 18 Dec 2011
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My, dont they grow up fast Andy. Only one headlight mate, i thought you were hot on maintenance !!
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mackay
Posted 18 Dec 2011
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She was 2 1/2 when this was taken - reckon she'll be in charge of the nets in a couple more years.

Have now sorted the headlight!
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mario
Posted 18 Dec 2011
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I know no boundaries.

Excellent photo, Andy. Looks as if she's having a whale of a time!
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A J
Posted 18 Dec 2011 Last edited: 18 Dec 2011
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Always a pleasure bringing on the new seed

Just wait till they want to use the real thing and start doing doughnuts on your square with a JD2653A triple aged 10!
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Speckledhen
Posted 20 Dec 2011
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Not quite the same weather for my favorite of the year Andy

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mackay
Posted 20 Dec 2011
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It's grim up north!
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Charles Johnson
Posted 20 Dec 2011
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Smashing pictures.

Just saying, but there is a "u" in favourite, even if our American cousins think otherwise. They seem to be everywhere these days, one was even allowed to take the Sovereign's Parade salute at Sandhurst on Friday.

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Manson
Posted 20 Dec 2011
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I can recall someone on Andy's square with a triple. Didn't do a doughnut, more of a swiss roll! Happy and peacefull Christmas to you all.
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Speckledhen
Posted 20 Dec 2011
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Charles, have a nice day!

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petermarkcraig
Posted 6 Jan 2012
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Of course the grass looks good. The sun is shining.

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Anybody would think my team work hard!! ;-)

My favourite photo from last year.

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Ken Barber
Posted 6 Jan 2012
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The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under who’s shade you do not expect to sit.

Talking about doughnuts on squares, I had a couple of dickheads take two golf carts out on Xmas Eve night and do doughnuts etc. on my greens!

I t was a great start for the holidays. The annoying thing is that it had to be a couple of staff since they kindly left the key in the glove compartment!

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Speckledhen
Posted 7 Jan 2012
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Peter, at least you got some decent weather Lol

Never experienced that Ken, annoying to say the least.

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eddyinfreehold
Posted 8 Jan 2012
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Sorry Peter just a few questions about that fantastic photo:

a) was it posed?

b) if not, what did you make them do in the morning to get a reaction like that at dinner time?

c) why not even a sniff of a crisp bag, banana or can of red bull in the shot?

d) do you only employ brahmin monks that can sleep happily on pea gravel? (eg gent to right of tree trunk who looks well set for the afternoon and evening even)

e) Is that an ash tree in the middle? The leaves look like it but not the bark especially, but that may be urban pollution. If so it's a whopper and what is it doing to the foundations of the buildings and wall?
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petermarkcraig
Posted 8 Jan 2012
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Of course the grass looks good. The sun is shining.

Sorry Peter just a few questions about that fantastic photo:

a) was it posed?

No definitely NOT posed

b) if not, what did you make them do in the morning to get a reaction like that at dinner time?

Just the usual tree felling with a bread knife and scything the cricket outfield

c) why not even a sniff of a crisp bag, banana or can of red bull in the shot?

They are a tidy lot.

d) do you only employ brahmin monks that can sleep happily on pea gravel? (eg gent to right of tree trunk who looks well set for the afternoon and evening even)

Yes. It's become a bit of a habit.


e) Is that an ash tree in the middle? The leaves look like it but not the bark especially, but that may be urban pollution. If so it's a whopper and what is it doing to the foundations of the buildings and wall?

Black Walnut Eddy. Magnificent tree and never caused any problems apart from the aerial bombardment of the nuts in the winter. It's right over my office and the noise is terrible at times.
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A J
Posted 8 Jan 2012
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Always a pleasure bringing on the new seed

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Lol Peter. Eddy Love it.

Here`s one from a couple of xmas`s ago. "Lazy gits",
So i thought I'd get my own back and had a few of these made up for xmas cards and sent them out! I`m the one behind the camera and just woke up! Hard Day.
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mackay
Posted 8 Jan 2012
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Pitchcare really needs a facebookesk 'like' button.
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eddyinfreehold
Posted 9 Jan 2012
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Ah ha, Black Walnut, hence the leaf confusion. That's a thing more valuble than the buildings anyway, must be pretty tall. There's a chemical in walnuts that hinders the growth of competitor trees around it if I remember rightly.

Wash and pickle the nuts green, though you'll need gloves! I love pickled walnuts with cheese.

Better get on, it's nearly light.
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