My new layout

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Walkingthedog wrote: Fri Jul 23, 2021 3:32 pm Howard I have never been called ethereal before. :)
At least not to your face? 😉
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Very "sixties" :) Nice sharp pictures.
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Nice work Brian.
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So I thought I’d build a cattle dock, so I did and here it is.


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Looks great - life seems so much more agreeable in O. R-
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Thank you. So much easier as well Roger, no tiny fiddly bits.
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Nicely detailed Brian.........HB
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Thanks Howard not bad for me.
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It looks good. How about a few 0 gauge cow pats in there. :P
I can imagine how much work it was to deal with cattle. It takes ages to pressure wash milking parlours these days let alone in the days before things like that were available.
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Thanks MG. The cows are still in the field.
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