Trying to help out a redundant employed guy,
who is now self employed.
Today the aforementioned mentioned guy says, “I will only be able to have one and a half days off this weekend as I need to put a customer’s ATV back together”.
I said to him welcome to the world of the self employed.!!!! :mad:
You may be correct, but the guy that mends my chainsaws said that modern day petrol definitely does go off especially over winter months. It’s due to the ethanol they now add to modern day petrol and I believe him.
If one does not clear leaves out of roof gutters they over flow!!!! For goodness sake surely the same applies to rivers, “over time debris /silt will build up and they will overflow”, for goodness sake just plain common sense :mad: :mad: :rolleyes:
Any update on the possibility of a “colder than average period towards the end of the month”.
I do realise that the UK does have winter and that it beggars belief how the media successfully hype society up in to an almost frenzy when temps below freezing are forecast and that’s before...
I may appear ignorant but I have got so fed up with the BBC News presenters( on a self-centred ego trip to justify their salaries beyond our wildest dreams!!!!)making a meal out of news events that I no longer watch the BBC News. Just wondering if any other TFF members have now given up...
When buying grain trailers ,new,make sure you compare the “cubic capacity of the body”, for what ever tonnage trailer you are wishing to buy, as in the past I noticed in the brochures it can vary quite considerably,irrespective of manufacturer
If memory serves me right “Methanol” is very useful fluid during Canadian Prairie winter months. Seem to remember it being useful if diesel got frozen and also for starting an engine at very low temperatures.