Dennis the menace

Passed the magic mark this morning, more than 50% of the farm underwater. Good job none of its drilled. Looking at the above photo shows the benefit of not dredging and all the good it's doing to wildlife the policy is aiming to protect.
 

silverfox

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Location
Shropshire
Passed the magic mark this morning, more than 50% of the farm underwater. Good job none of its drilled. Looking at the above photo shows the benefit of not dredging and all the good it's doing to wildlife the policy is aiming to protect.
Sorry to hear that. Thought you’d be underwater Will. Has it got near your house or buildings
 

silverfox

Member
Location
Shropshire
Passed the magic mark this morning, more than 50% of the farm underwater. Good job none of its drilled. Looking at the above photo shows the benefit of not dredging and all the good it's doing to wildlife the policy is aiming to protect.
Sorry to hear that. Thought you’d be underwater Will. Has it got near your house or buildings
Farm stead on slightly higher ground so all OK. Impressive views down the river, the Perry pushed out as far as we can see.
looking down from our top ground today, it was glistening in the sunshine. Looked like the sea. Sorry for all caught up in it.
 
Only a couple of fields away from the springs. Was it you I unfortunately met one Friday night coming out with a load of straw. I’d been playing football at Ellesmere college and decided to drive home that way. Had to reverse all the way back around those bends and another tractor with rake on, had come up behind me.
No, wasn’t me, most of what I had came out on the other road which was relatively straight down hill. I know the road you mean, they come out allmost together, just a couple of small fields on the top I had up that side, not a road you’d want to meet anything on with a tractor and trailer.
 

silverfox

Member
Location
Shropshire
Passed the magic mark this morning, more than 50% of the farm underwater. Good job none of its drilled. Looking at the above photo shows the benefit of not dredging and all the good it's doing to wildlife the policy is aiming to protect.
Sorry to hear that. Thought you’d be underwater Will. Has it got near your house or buildings
Farm stead on slightly higher ground so all OK. Impressive views down the river, the Perry pushed out as far as we can see.
looking down from our top ground today, it was glistening in the sunshine. Looked like the sea. Sorry for all caught up in it.
No, wasn’t me, most of what I had came out on the other road which was relatively straight down hill. I know the road you mean, they come out allmost together, just a couple of small fields on the top I had up that side, not a road you’d want to meet anything on with a tractor and trailer.
it was a very big Massey tractor and blinded me with all his lights on as I was trying to reverse .
 

silverfox

Member
Location
Shropshire
Passed the magic mark this morning, more than 50% of the farm underwater. Good job none of its drilled. Looking at the above photo shows the benefit of not dredging and all the good it's doing to wildlife the policy is aiming to protect.
Sorry to hear that. Thought you’d be underwater Will. Has it got near your house or buildings
Farm stead on slightly higher ground so all OK. Impressive views down the river, the Perry pushed out as far as we can see.
looking down from our top ground today, it was glistening in the sunshine. Looked like the sea. Sorry for all caught up in it.
No, wasn’t me, most of what I had came out on the other road which was relatively straight down hill. I know the road you mean, they come out allmost together, just a couple of small fields on the top I had up that side, not a road you’d want to meet anything on with a tractor and trailer.
it was a very big Massey tractor and blinded me with all his lights on as I was trying to reverse .
Assuming he was lugging straw from the springs I know who it was, or more to the point I know who bought the other fields there.
it was the springs. Field virtually opposite the farm. Just unlucky that he drew out at the same time, as he couldn’t go back. Must be the most windey road around here.
 
it was the springs. Field virtually opposite the farm. Just unlucky that he drew out at the same time, as he couldn’t go back. Must be the most windey road around here.
When I was lugging straw I was practically chased out of the field by a fleet of vaccy tankers lugging slurry, they seemed to be traveling in convoy and were heading back up that windy road, wouldn’t want to have met that lot.
 

silverfox

Member
Location
Shropshire
When I was lugging straw I was practically chased out of the field by a fleet of vaccy tankers lugging slurry, they seemed to be traveling in convoy and were heading back up that windy road, wouldn’t want to have met that lot.
I know the gang. Have then here sometimes as we both grow maize for the same dairy farm locally
 

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