Titter ye much Mick, the road to my mates place around the corner and a job, both in Surrey
This one is a mile long
And a job I was doing not far from here.
Out in the sticks is relative though. Many folk consider a village of say 1000 in the sticks, being relative to city living with 450000 folk.Oh Bob, what are we to do with you?
First one is a few hundred yards from the A3XXX, if you stood on a box you could see that from the cafe, that ain’t out in the sticks, nice try though!
Can’t place the second one, but typical Surrey woodland, done a few trials in places like that; keep trying.
NOTE to self...next time i need something bending or rolling ask you very nicely .My workshop is part hobby, part obsession, part part-time paying work
- 8ft 1/4" guillotine
- 2m 35T press brake
- 4ft powered pyramid rolls
- 250mm capacity mitre bandsaw
- MT3 gear head drill
- Jancy 4hp 3" belt grinder
- Miller XMT304 multiprocess
- Lorch HandyTig 200 watercooled
- 2.5 x 1.25m welding jig table
- IFL 40amp plasma
We have another pillar drill, several welders and tables etc in the workshop belonging to my brother. Between us, it's a pretty well equipped shop. My next big purchase is a lathe, it's the major weakness in our capabilities atm.
NOTE to self...next time i need something bending or rolling ask you very nicely .
i think i may have asked you before but your surname wouldent be messenger would it? i know a couple of very capable brothers your way...
yeh lewis is a good lad, ive a lot of time for him and done a bit of work with him,a bit rough like but gets a job done hahaHaha, no worries, come on down
Nah, I know the Messengers though. Lewis seems to have a knack for growing a business, he started out as a one man band with a tractor. Johnny, not sure what he's up to these days, he was always working in his garage though.
This was mine back in the mid 1980's, but I like your wheelie better.
oh and I keep bidding on horizontal borers
No , that's not me unfortunately in that photo , I got that bike and the clothes but that is a pro rider from Beta factory team.........
I like your picture from 1980's , my father was a dirt rider too ( and still he is ) , he always says that 70-80-90 's were the golden era for offroad ( and in general the gold era for everything , expecially mechanics and carpentry ! Limitless work everywhere ! ) , he got a legendary Maico 250 2 stroke , my uncle got the beast Maico 440 2 stroke