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JonD

Member since Apr 2012 • Last active Sep 2022

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    Apple Watch series 4 40mm wifi only model
    Silver case with seashell sport loop

    In all original boxes, original apple strap, and charge cable (you can choose USB-A or USB-C connector).

    Watch face has a few light scratches.

    £100 plus postage, or collection if you happen to be in west Dorset.

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    Apple Watch series 6 40mm WiFi (not cellular)
    Rose gold colour with pink sand sport loop

    In all original boxes, with both lengths of strap, and charge cable (you can choose USB-A or USB-C connector).

    Small sport loop has faded slightly with use (see photos).
    Watch face has a few shallow scratches.

    £200 plus postage, or collection if you happen to be in west Dorset.

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    I’ve Always put the wasteful killer aspect of foxes (in that they kill all and only take one) down to the fact that they don’t have trolleys. Fox finds a bunch of food, thinks nice, got my next week sorted here. Fox sets about stopping the food from moving, and then takes what it can. My hunch is that it would come back and take the rest later on, because… foxes don’t have trolleys. However, by the time fox gets back, humans have usually clear up the remaining dead chickens and foxey has to go looking elsewhere.
    I say this not out of callousness for hens, my ex-factory farmed hens are very spoilt pets and I’d be weeping if they got foxed, it’s just my view on how nature might be playing out.

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    Because if I don’t dig it up the hens will, and I don’t really want them ingesting bits of plastic net. Also want to dig a wildlife pond somewhere, have a veg growing space, plant an apple tree, and each time I’m going to be faced with removing plastic netting from just under the earth.

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    Not on a slope, but I had a quick search online and found that loads of turf does have a netting through it. Often sold as ‘degrade-able’ (note not bio-), but that just means eventually it will break up into tiny bits of plastic.
    Found out ‘cos our hens have been scratching away in their section. I’m pulling it up as I find it, but it’s such a shit thing generally I’d like to remove as much as I can.

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    Just discovered that the lawn in the garden of our new place (moved in a month ago) has plastic netting all the way through it about 5-10cm deep. Didn’t know it was a thing at all but apparently it’s how turf is sold. Can’t believe anyone would choose this but there we are.
    What I’m wondering is how I can remove it. I don’t care about the lawn at all, but feels like it will be a lot of effort. Any thoughts?

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    Try starting in safe mode - see if same thing happens

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