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Thediggerman

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Amazing how a hot glob can make it into your boot and down to your toes without burning anything in between.
Had one drop down the cuff of my gauntlet , came to a rest underneath my signet ring ! Once Id managed to get it out it was the size of a 5p! Still got the scar ! 😬
 
Nick...

Nick...

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Never encountered anything like that.mostly topsoil then yellow clay and flint round here and sometimes running sand or hoggin.
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Furniss

Furniss

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Never encountered anything like that.mostly topsoil then yellow clay and flint round here and sometimes running sand or hoggin.
nick...
Not often we get it, there is one particular area around us that we find it.......but you can keep your running sand thats no fun for digging in !
 
Furniss

Furniss

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Finished off the rocky job ....tidied up good enough for the gardeners later in the year, riddle bucket on the 8t came in as we riddled about 20 dumper loads of rock away to leave us with something half decent to work with, trenches all ended up 3ft wide thanks to the rock.
Both machines and all buckets back to yard tonight and cleaned off ready for Idig install in morning (y)
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Furniss

Furniss

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Keep the Todays Job thread alive with a few photos - initial dig for a horse arena - bedrock in places so a bit hard going but old Kub did well and idig meant I could stay
in the cab out of the dust and heat with the aircon on, its been mid 30's today.
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Russell

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Didn't do much today because I found something unpleasant in the ground so went home:mad:. It was a interesting place though. Must have been 10-15 meters between mateys house and the Clif edge
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V8Druid

V8Druid

do it as well as you can,but learn to do it better
dead horse?? ..... they bloody stink if you find one :oops:
 
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