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GMX last won the day on October 27 2017

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About GMX

  • Birthday October 27

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    Ghana
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  • Ford Model
    Mk4.5 Mondeo 2.0 Titanium X Business
  • Ford Year
    2013
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    Dorset
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  1. Frankie greyhound & Pipper the springer spaniel
  2. I don't like that my greyhound ripped her dew claw this morning, after it got snagged by her collar ID tag, whilst she was trying to scratch her ear. 😬 Rural West Dorset vets fees are seemingly almost double suburban East Dorset vets too!
  3. I do like that a fortnight into owning it, I can't find anything yet that is wrong with my Mondeo. My greyhound likes she can finally lay across the back seat without having her legs hemmed in by the doors
  4. Thanks Gordon I think I was last on the forum in late 2017. I see there's quite few new members since then; but then again it is 2½ years or so
  5. That's a good idea.👍 Several houses on my searches have enough room to build a double garage or add a second one. It's relatively easy to build a garage i had thought about doing a self-build but rural land that is not green belt is prohibitive in comparison to town land. One tiny plot on the edge of Milton Abbas which would've actually been too small for anything other than holiday let, went for £¼million at auction last month - the guide price was £150,000
  6. Good to see you too Jamie! I'm in excellent health, how have you been? I've still got both my Foci, my business and my springer spaniel Pipper. I still volunteer at Margaret Green Animal Rescue mainly at the Dog Centre Quiet a few changes since I was last on forum. I lost my Mum last July to adanced dementia & Molly my cat in march 2019 I adopted a retired Irish greyhound Frankie from the rescue. I'm looking to move to a smaller house but in a more rural part of Dorset/Somerset/Devon. My 4 bedroom house is a bit too big for me and 2 dogs
  7. Nice to see you're still on here, how have you been Tom? My late mum's dementia got worse & worse whilst my business expanded, leaving me little free time Still got both my Foci & am considering getting a Transit or Luton to turn into a camper
  8. Pipper breathing loudly & slightly whistling whilst she snoozes under my desk
  9. I do not like that I can't seem to find a small house with a drive, double garage & large enclosed back garden in rural North Dorset ,North East Devon or South Somerset on any of the property finding websites There seem to be plenty in Camarthenshire & Eire though, both of which are going to present a challenge as to how I would actually do a viewing, at the moment
  10. There's loads of single girls in the 20 something age bracket working in animal welfare, around 90% of the workforce are 20 somethings. At the rescue I volunteer at, I can think of at least 4 who are single, one of whom is 27 this year. None have kids, nor are divorced but they all have at least one dog, most have 2 & a few have cats & horses
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  12. Pipper springer spaniel & Frankie greyhound
  13. On her very first day with me, my greyhound Frankie acquired all the TV remotes, took them to her hall duvet & painstakingly removed all the rubber buttons!
  14. My greyhound Frankie seems to prefer car shows too. Frankie doesn't like sudden howler monkeys calling out on nature programs Whereas, Pipper the springer spaniel appears to watch with interest (tilting her head), her professional cousin spaniels find "things" on Police Interceptors &Traffic Cops
  15. A spudger is one of those tools, once you've got, you've no idea how you managed without it before! I bought my Elu ST84EK jigsaw as bucket of disassembled parts for £5 off ebay. It had only been used once, the seller had broken the casing when it fell down 5 flights of stairs on to a concrete floor. He'd dismantled it to replace the casing but then decided to buy another one, instead of reassembling it. He's paid more for a new casing than he sold the saw for!
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