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  1. 1948

    1948 Read Only Funster

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    please do not laugh but trying to find bread tray (seems highly recommended ) to make up anti-slip mats My problem is I do not know what they look like. went to have a look at local supermarket and there were all kinds of trays!!! Can anyone kind enough to upload a picture so I know what I am looking for Thanks so much
     
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    like this , then cut the sides off

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    Dont have a pic to upload but its the ones all the loaf's of bread sit in they are normally piled up on top with a gap at front to get the loaf out.

    They are plastic criss cross affect if that sounds right.

    I just googled it on google images and shows you pics of it.

    Gerry
     
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    As Jim says cut sides off-then cut in half lengthways,that gives you 2 mats-I got 3 trays,made 6 mats-linked 3 together with cable ties,so I ended up with 2 x 10ft'ish tracks which I carry folded up bungied to inside of bike rack out of the way.

    Mike
     
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    B&Q in the building supplies side have lightweight plastic squares, same primciple as the bread tray £4.08 a square, they stand about an inch thick and about 12inch square, and they clip together to make a run.

    Just a suggestion for those that cant find bread trays.
     
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    I was just gonna say, I really really wish that those of us that don't have bread trays already could get them (well just the one each LOL) legitimately.

    Anyone volunteering to test em? Haven't got a marsh just handy at the mo!!

    We got rather stuck at Easter even having - we honestly believed - made the correct sort of judgements about where we put the van - and I have absolutely no desire to repeat that experience ever. OK the amount of rain and the duration of it was excessive; that doesn't happen 'all the time' by any stretch and it got sorted with the use of pidgin French etc, as things do, but I just worry about stuff like that .....
     
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    That picture's nice, dear old Haggis, very well bred.
     
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    Crumbs :BigGrin:
     
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    here is another pic for you:thumb::thumb:

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    Regards Pat
     
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    dough ... :Doh:
     
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    Little Johnny's mother sent Little Johnny to the store to get a loaf of bread. Little Johnny was coming home from the store,swinging the loaf of bread in one hand with the other hand in his pants pocket.

    Along come Priest Joe and he thought to himself, "This is a good opportunity to say something from the bible to Little Johnny." He walks up to Little Johnny and said, "I see Little Johnny that you have the Staff of Life in one hand. What do you have in the other?"
















    Little Johnny replies, "A loaf of bread Father."
     
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