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    I've added a couple of links to the sidebar on the main page, which link to sister forums of this site:

    https://www.gardenpondforum.com
    https://www.diy-forums.com

    These sites were started a long time before gardening forums, and we linked to this site from those ones - so some of you are already members of there :D.

    I thought it may be worth adding the links here, as there may now be members here who own a pond that may find the other site helpful at times. The DIY forum is fairly quiet in comparison to here, but I know we have lots of DIY/Workshop enthusiasts here that may be interested too.
     
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    Did not know about the DIY One lol I do need help with mine ..............Like some one else to hold the Tools hehe You would not want to see the state of my Decking Its so bad its like triggers Broom but not put together so well :confused: If I see a hole I just place a bigger peace off wood over it (y)
     
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    Hi,

    Thanks Ian for the links. You've now sidetracked me because I was settling nicely into the gardening forum adding my assorted stories but now I've also got a DIY forum to play in; pity I'm retired with very little spare time so due to my workshop and projects I'm now spending more time on the DIY forum. :)(y)

    Kind regards, Colin.
     
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    Someone needs to invent 48 hour days so we can get everything done in a day :ROFLMAO:.
     
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    You just need a fast jet and mobileweb.
     
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    I subscribe to a USA dedicated site for saxophone players. At this present moment world-wide there are nearly 2000 members on line.

    The concensus of opinion is that if we spent as much time practicing as we spend on the site, then we'd all be better players.
     
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    Thank you. but have enough with here, facebook and those private links on there. etc. and my job and garden. have to have limits.
     
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    Do we have to register again @Ian ....or use the same as here?
    Probably a stupid question! :LOL::ROFLMAO: Thanks.
     
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    You do have to register but the format is the same as this board, so it's simple enough.
     
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