Board title: Daemon4x4 - 4x4 & Off Road Technical Board

Category name: General

Forum name: General Topics

Posted by: meooo
Date: 05-01-2012 21:09:40
Filled it in yet??   :)
Posted by: Bio Hazard
Date: 05-01-2012 21:10:32
With the rain we have just had he has a pond now :devilish:
Posted by: abecketts
Date: 05-01-2012 21:12:30
small inland sea don't you mean
Posted by: Bio Hazard
Date: 05-01-2012 21:15:13
Ah so that's where the Ekranoplan is kept :lol:
Posted by: That_Ruddy_Squirrel
Date: 05-01-2012 21:16:25
don't forget there's also the sunken dredger  :lol:
Posted by: abecketts
Date: 05-01-2012 21:22:31

Icon - Post link Bio Hazard wrote:

Ah so that's where the Ekranoplan is kept :lol:
Tis good to be able to use the word Ekranoplan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8Nu94khHoo
Posted by: Bio Hazard
Date: 05-01-2012 21:33:49
Da, Mother Russia would be so proud.
Posted by: meooo
Date: 05-01-2012 21:35:45
Is there a first gen in there somewhere too?
Posted by: Bio Hazard
Date: 05-01-2012 21:36:30

Icon - Post link meooo wrote:

Is there a first gen in there somewhere too?
It was rescued by a Disco
Posted by: That_Ruddy_Squirrel
Date: 05-01-2012 21:36:50
Unfortunately GGT was too tight to buy the big ekranoplan so this is the likely option
http://www.links999.net/hovercraft/images/ekranoplan.jpg
Posted by: meooo
Date: 05-01-2012 21:38:44
It'll never get off the ground with a yeti in it :)
Posted by: That_Ruddy_Squirrel
Date: 05-01-2012 21:41:47

Icon - Post link meooo wrote:

It'll never get off the ground with a yeti in it :)
Remember it will be biojet powered !
Posted by: meooo
Date: 05-01-2012 21:42:40
A bit of a wet fart then?  :D  :D
Posted by: That_Ruddy_Squirrel
Date: 05-01-2012 21:45:50

Icon - Post link meooo wrote:

A bit of a wet fart then?  :D  :D
Health and safety - cannot have a fire risk  :whistle:
Posted by: Matt
Date: 05-01-2012 21:46:39
Bloody pessimists. :D :D It's still in a perfectly functional, dry state. :D
Posted by: Bio Hazard
Date: 05-01-2012 21:49:20

Icon - Post link Matt wrote:

Bloody pessimists. :D :D It's still in a perfectly functional, dry state. :D
Ahhhhh It must be a Hobbit hole ...... i didn't realise there were ginger Hobbits
Posted by: That_Ruddy_Squirrel
Date: 05-01-2012 21:49:21
what did you do, build a storm proof brolly over it ?
Posted by: That_Ruddy_Squirrel
Date: 05-01-2012 21:53:08

Icon - Post link Bio Hazard wrote:

i didn't realise there were ginger Hobbits
They hide, they have been bulk buying Grecian 2000  :lol:
Posted by: Matt
Date: 05-01-2012 22:07:49

Icon - Post link That_Ruddy_Squirrel wrote:

what did you do, build a storm proof brolly over it ?
:D :D It's sheltered on two sides, to some degree, by conifers, and there's some tree coverage at the front. What rain does get in there drains straight down, so all in all, a fairly well sheltered and drained hole.
Posted by: meooo
Date: 05-01-2012 22:09:28
But why is it still a hole?
Posted by: Matt
Date: 05-01-2012 22:15:52
'Cos I haven't been arsed to do owt else with it yet. :D
Posted by: Bushwhacker
Date: 05-01-2012 22:42:20

Icon - Post link Matt wrote:

'Cos I haven't been arsed to do owt else with it yet. :D
Still haven't got the house in your name only yet? :devil:
Posted by: Matt
Date: 05-01-2012 23:06:31
That's about the general gist of my arseyness. :D :D Couldn't see the point of progressing further until we see how things end up going.
Posted by: abecketts
Date: 05-01-2012 23:11:42

Icon - Post link Matt wrote:

That's about the general gist of my arseyness. :D :D Couldn't see the point of progressing further until we see how things end up going.
I think you should share photo's of (not going to use the word "your") the matter in question
Posted by: Matt
Date: 06-01-2012 13:29:31
You're asking for a shot of my hole then? :devilish:
Posted by: gwh200
Date: 06-01-2012 17:45:01
I was under the impression it was only wodders, who got a shot of your hole.  :D
Posted by: Matt
Date: 06-01-2012 22:11:42
You mean Mr shoot and run? :D