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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    This is my shed, it's not finished but getting there.
    I'm very jealous poo bear if I had a man shed and some where 2 park the poo troll that wasn't gravel and had some room 2 work around it it might actually be on the road by now... well maybe not but I'm sure 2 the point where it would be driveable on the road
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avo View Post
    Is the pool full yet,only a few weeks till summer

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    Won't take much longer petal


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    Actually getting the shed and contents in order has kept me busy for months. Rats invaded it last year. I would go in there to get something and try not to dry wretch at the stench.

    After a long regime of poisoning I have reclaimed my realm. I have been slowly building cabinets out of old pallets and fitted caster wheel on them, so I can clean behind them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudnut View Post
    Actually getting the shed and contents in order has kept me busy for months. Rats invaded it last year. I would go in there to get something and try not to dry wretch at the stench.

    After a long regime of poisoning I have reclaimed my realm. I have been slowly building cabinets out of old pallets and fitted caster wheel on them, so I can clean behind them.
    Cat or a brown snake locked in there would have sorted that out in no time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    Cat or a brown snake locked in there would have sorted that out in no time...

    Yes it has been done before
    Lol. My cat would just look at the rat and think, meh, can't be f$#ked. Given that he's 22 I don't blame him.

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    2 yrs Rusty ?! Jesus & I havnt even made it down there to see it yet - or yours Muddy for that matter , between work & the other shit we’ve got going on I just don’t seem to do anything 😔

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10G View Post
    That first step looks like a killer AB.
    Bahaha work in progress mate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    Cat or a brown snake locked in there would have sorted that out in no time...

    Yes it has been done before
    Have seen four copper heads already, this season. There was a small one under the shed last year but it didn't touch the rats. I think it was after the skinks and blue tongues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudnut View Post
    Have seen four copper heads already, this season. There was a small one under the shed last year but it didn't touch the rats. I think it was after the skinks and blue tongues.
    That's a good sign mate. I think it was @Hodge who said they keep the brownies away. Or was that red belly blacks that did that? Eric?

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    I think it is the Red bellies that eat other snakes. The copperheads seem to be very passive but you never know. I have been mowing walking tracks all around the paddocks just to gives us a chance to see the buggers in time.

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