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    ^ Female pheasant?

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    ^^ what Mendip says
    Porch 356 replica
    Is there a pair of binoculars in there?

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    Knutsford is said to be recession proof on account of the amount of millionaires residing there.

    Quaint market town..

    Ball busting cobbles..
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    Hansel and Gretel style lodge..

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    Not many people venturing out considering the nice weather..
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    Tatton Park was wonderful with unphased deer..

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    A 400 year old Oak tree..

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    A precariously balanced ride adjacent to the lake...

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    A novel idea for a use of these old red telephone boxes, only ever seen these housing defribilators before.

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    I'd been turtling for an hour and was in need of some relief behind the hedge,it shot out like a wet sausage.
    What made it all the more satisfying was the improvised toilet paper.

    Half a dozen pages ripped out of this rag and put to good use

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    This heavily seasoned steak finished of a perfect afternoon..
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    Shalom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Female pheasant?


    Quote Originally Posted by strigils View Post
    what Mendip says
    Porch 356 replica
    Cheers for that chaps, if i'd known it was edible then i'd have took it home.
    Was pretty fresh and i've never eaten Pheasant before.

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    Be careful of ticks around deer, Limes disease, nasty stuff

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    ^^ Go back tomorrow and pick her up mate... she'll still be fresher rhan some of your supermarket bargains!

    ^ Too right... I had a boss in Norway who caught Limes disease... probably from a deer tick when waliking his dog. It took an age to diagnose and then he was off work for six months... completely wiped out. It was at least two years until he was back to normal and working full time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Go back tomorrow and pick her up mate... she'll still be fresher rhan some of your supermarket bargains!


    I'll save on the cooking as well in this ruddy heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    I'd been turtling for an hour and was in need of some relief behind the hedge,it shot out like a wet sausage.
    What made it all the more satisfying was the improvised toilet paper.

    Half a dozen pages ripped out of this rag and put to good use



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    An exhilarating few hours in the saddle sweltering in mid twenties Celsius heat.

    Started at the home to Gerry Marsdens famous song" Ferry across the Mersey " and headed along the breazy Wirral coast...

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    If you zoom in on the plaques, the gardens to this fine building have been dedicated to the 96 Hillsborough victims...
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    Name that car?
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    The Liverbird buildings behind the giant floating hotel to nowhere, all the rage for the staycationers over a certain age..
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    The Mersey docks...
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    Some pretty coastal houses in these parts..
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    New Brighton town beyond the lido..
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    The Fort..
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    The coastal cycling route wasn't to crowded for a mid week cycle and stretched for about 25 miles..
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    A bit hairy at times...
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    Time for some rehydration..
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    No cyclists allowed in the dunes the indignation..
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    Every trip to the seaside requires the customary fish and chips on the beach albeit slightly ravaged..
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    A refreshing change

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    Very nice.


    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Name that car?
    Benz SLK200




    Fort Perch Rock - Wikipedia

    Learn something new eddie day

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    Many moons ago one could venture inside the fort and view the military memorabilia sadly now closed.

    The amusing part of the day was when I sat down with my beer to enjoy a perfect view.
    The biggest and most feral Scouse family invaded my space , with their rugrats attempting to steal my pump and water bottle of my bike.
    Unfortunately I had to relocate to the far end of the beer garden for a lesser view and picture opportunity.
    Then the sweet old dears on an adjoining table in their Seventies started f'ing and blinding.

    Should really put that in the daily moan thread


    Oh well, that's Merseyside for you...

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