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Good morning. :x
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The way the wind was blowing last night I'm surprised that's the only damage.
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Solar panels well screwed down Gibbo :?:

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NewcastleFalcon wrote: 23 Feb 2020, 20:01 Solar panels well screwed down Gibbo :?:

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Yes Neil, no problem with them but it does make you wonder.
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Gibbo2286 wrote: 24 Feb 2020, 12:06 Yes Neil, no problem with them but it does make you wonder.
I've revived your "Snow Good!" thread today seing as here as at 24th February we have received our first snow of the winter. Wet stuff though so I expect it will be away pretty quick.

https://www.frenchcarforum.co.uk/forum/ ... 54#p636654

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Bright sunshine here but still blowing a gale, I note the Canary Islands are covered in Sahara sand, wouldn't be surprised if that reaches here soon.
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All my own work
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Excellent job Gibbo, that is what I call some really useful posting!! :-D
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Could have used a chevron pattern on the fence !
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There's no point!
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Excellent job of reducing the wind force acting on the fence as long as you don't need the privacy =D>
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Skull wrote: 21 Mar 2020, 17:24 Excellent job of reducing the wind force acting on the fence as long as you don't need the privacy =D>
No point in privacy as the close has all open plan front gardens.

To the left of the fence is my parking area, room for four cars and to the right are long back gardens of what were formerly council houses.

Anybody want a pile of old rotten fencing? :)
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