Mary Hinge replied to the topic Planning permission – Decking vs a rear extension WTF? in the forum Chat Forum 13 hours ago
Oooh, I’ve been plagiarised by stablebarns! I feel dirty now 😱
Cougar – side elevation re obscure glass. We looked in to moving the door and putting a window there. Would have to be obscure glass. Might have been that house sat slightly higher than neighbour, and proximity, but them was the rules.
Mary Hinge replied to the topic Planning permission – Decking vs a rear extension WTF? in the forum Chat Forum 1 day ago
I think it’s something to do with not overlooking neighbours.
Stops you building a platform to peer over the fence.
Any windows on the side of a house needs to be obscure glass for example. Backdoor on a previous house of ours was on the side. Had to have obscure glass.
I dont run an amp to my tv, but when I was looking in to it I think i was told that all the devices plug in to the amp then a single hdmi from the amp feeds the tv.
I have 2 hdmi and power lead to the tv buried in the wall.
And yo can get really long hdmi leads, like 5+metres.
Mary Hinge replied to the topic What Merino / Sportwool (semi-cycling-specific) jersey? in the forum Bike Forum 6 days ago
I have an Alpkit one.
It’s got the cycling type 3 pockets on the back but I just use it for pretty much any outdoor activity
Really soft and washes and tumble dries nicely.
From memory it is something to do with High Frequency start tig welders, which are the commercial ones as they contaminate the electrode less.
The home/hobby tig welders use lift or scratch start which I think is less of a problem for pacemakers, but I dont know if they are zero problem.
Mig welding forum should have the answers.
Went for a week. Wouldn’t go back.
Locals on Boa Vista will hassle you and practically lock you in their shop until you buy something while standing menacing at the door.
Did stop off at a couple of friendly beach bars.
Bit of a featureless place, I did a few 10km runs to look around but it was a bit dull.
I have a really old Gravity dropper which is agricultural but bomb proof.
I’ve also had a Giant Contact Switch 150mm dropper for nearly 3 years, and that has been faultless.
Can be internal or external routed.
Lever can be fitted left or right.
Was about 160 quid.
I would buy either of them again.
Go and watch a few local tris through the summer, just to see how it all works.
The chop in a pool swim can be alarming if you aren’t ready for it.
Get used to riding and running without socks. Or time yourself putting socks on as soon as you get out of the shower. The get used to riding and running without socks.
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Good luck with the recovery Mrs HTS.
Take it easy, and when you think you are ready to get back on the exercise…..give it another week.
And do the exercises.
I’m 18 months in to a medial tear with no op option. Cycling is fine, running not.
I like that idea marcmcq90.
Hope you get enough cable pull to activate the post.
OP – I have an old original Gravity Dropper that’s 27.2mm with a remote lever. Maybe try to hunt one down. There were a number of activating options.
I dont think that you need to use it on a gravel bike as much as on an mtb so under the seat would probably be…[Read more]
Mary Hinge replied to the topic Chain reaction cycles.. am I being reasonable asking for a refund? in the forum Bike Forum 1 week ago
Distance selling regs. You can send it back for a refund.
Buy it elsewhere, then if it appears later from crc just send back for a refund.
4 generations staying at ours for 4 days!!!!
Both my parents in their 80s, I had to do a 300 mile round trip to fetch them today.
Me and the missis, son and his wife, and our two grandkids aged 7 and 2, plus their two dogs.
Already looks like someone lobbed a grenade in the lounge. Just me and the missis at home normally in a sea of calm and…[Read more]
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