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  • Life got in the way unfortunately.

    Its been a while since I posted a pic of food cooked in the oven, life got in the way unfortunately.
    I actually got a real job where they expect you to turn up every day.....

    Pork and veggies, the smell wafting through the house is just divine.
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    Re: Life got in the way unfortunately.

    Gudday
    Well what are you doing job wise now most be different working for a wage.
    What's the plans for Xmas? Roast in the wfo or does the fire bans stop that?

    Regards Dave

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      Re: Life got in the way unfortunately.

      I went back to my other trade of boiler maker/hydraulic fitter.
      Work in the building trade came to a stand still, plus I hit my use by date as a brickie.

      The mob Im working for do a lot of Christmas shut down maintenance work so Ill be just getting the main days off and working right through.

      I havent thought about Christmas lunch yet, it will prolly be a piece of pork in the oven.
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        Re: Life got in the way unfortunately.

        Gudday Al
        Building trade is pretty slow up this way as well. I have a few mates I worry for and you see a few tradies utes with the tool box and the lawn mower and wipper snippet in the back.
        So you have given the bricklaying away. There aren't that many young fellas taking up the trade. They gave it a push at the local school when my youngest was there you know start you trade whilst still at school. Thay had 5 star not one keep it up.
        Same with cobblers .....my tradesmen is off this yr for further study and my last apprentice is off to the army and finally wants to become a policeman. I'll train another I course but I don't know who to pick maybe someone a little older per
        We'll just see what the year brings
        Anyway all the best for Xmas for you and yours

        Regards dave
        Measure twice
        Cut once
        Fit in position with largest hammer

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        My Door
        http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f28/...ock-17190.html

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