The after 356 road trip fixes

Need some help with a technical problem - ask away and let's see if we can all help.

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Lightweight_911
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Re: The after 356 road trip fixes

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Life's all 'peaks & troughs' Neil - by next week you'll be on the up again ... :wink:

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neilbardsley
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Re: The after 356 road trip fixes

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Thank you Andy.

As for what I wasn't happy to write about, now that Google is watching, until it was fixed. The garage door came away as we were trying to lock up! We only just got it to stay upright. Thankfully a carpenter we have used before came out on Sunday morning and fixed it. All safe and secure again!Image

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Re: The after 356 road trip fixes

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Carrera, one of my foxhounds , got stuck in a barbed wire fence a couple of weeks back Neil, ripped herself very badly getting out,
Stitches etc. and all better now - but not a nice thing at all!
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Re: The after 356 road trip fixes

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Well both times she hasn't been bothered and carried on like normal happen but the first time the cut was quite deep. She had to wear a cone. This time it's only been staples and glue but we might be heading to stitches because it wasn't stapled well so is taking time to bond/heal

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