Gardening on tour

Discussion in 'Top Tips & Tricks' started by Lorro, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. Lorro

    Lorro Read Only Funster

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    If you take a pair of secateurs and a bow saw you can cut back those annoying overhanging braches and overrown hedges that to find on so many parking spots that get in the way of your MH. I pruned some overgrown hedging back and got my MH back another 4 feet or so in a parking area a few days ago.
     
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    mmmm have to be careful there you could be classed as a' vandal', a couple of years ago not far from us a woman was charged with theft of a piece of wood her dog had picked up on a walk through a wooded area which they took home.She hadnt broke it off a tree it was a piece already on the ground. it was in our local paper.
     
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    Bring a spade as well and you can park in my back garden :Smile:
     
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    Does sound like a dodgy wicket. Could be done for criminal damage etc. ( even though we all know yo are doing them a favour )
     
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    Must say I agree with the Cowboy on this, you could leave yourself open to all sorts of problems with the law on this.
     
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