Well he'll have a Happy Newe Year
|john stones 1||01/01/2015 23:33:15|
11102 forum posts
Look what he's found
|Pete B - Moderator||01/01/2015 23:39:46|
7625 forum posts
You wouldn't want a bunch of those guys on your club strip - I have enough trouble with moles!
|robert Jones 14||02/01/2015 07:39:55|
47 forum posts
Imagine how annoyed the bloke must have been when he buried them and then forgot where they were!
Edited By Pete B - Moderator on 02/01/2015 08:48:17
|Peter Miller||02/01/2015 08:28:37|
10719 forum posts
WE had a big rally on the field beside my house a few years ago. Didn't find any treasure but they found some interesting stuff including a Roman lamp. The only other one ever found before was in Pompeii.
I could do with a find like that right now!
|Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator||02/01/2015 10:48:50|
15748 forum posts
We do have a guy who regularly goes "hunting" on our flying field! But a quick chat has secured an agreement not to go digging on the strip! Though we do occasionally find holes in the pits and surrounding area! I just wish he'd think about filling them in again afterwards - he just digs the hole and leaves it!
512 forum posts
You can tell him to stop digging, someone found his bag of coins...... see OP
|Pete B - Moderator||02/01/2015 17:21:16|
7625 forum posts
Up the lane from me, a fellow Brit is building a house on a plot of land. His is the one with the white slab. He being a model flyer as well, I convinced him that he really needs a diversion from building once in a while, so for the past year, I've been mowing him a strip in his field (in the foreground) for his future flying - when his SWMBO finally lets him...... :
About three weeks ago, the field was visited twice over three nights by a herd of wild boar - they picked the nicely mown strip to uproot, of course - it was so much easier than the surrounding pasture. I don't know how many of you have seen what wild boar do but they use their tusks to tear up the ground to a depth of up to 6" in their search for morsels and roots.
About 50% of the strip has been utterly destroyed - far too much for the divots to be replaced by hand.
It's enough to make you weep......
|J D 8||02/01/2015 19:24:44|
1384 forum posts
Seams like roast pork time.
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