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  1. Chatter
    I personally would have no issue eating horse meat - it's just another quadraped herbivore like cows, sheep, pigs, and deer all of which I already consume in vast quantities. As long as it's labeled as horse meat , subject to the same controls as other meat ie not an ex racehorse pumped full of...
  2. Chatter
    Anybody watching this ??? Been following it all week, only to realise it's being filmed about 5 miles from here :confused: Beavers---- what's that all about then ?? Hold on, heard a little rumble at my back door :confused: Could it be a " beaver " ????? Nah, just my neighbour with a couple...
  3. Chatter
    Covered recently by Lowflyer, this is another warning about the dangers of riding on roads near deer, particularly at this time of year. At the weekend, I came across 8 of them in a lane near my sisters. Luckily it's a 10mph limit, but the potential is there for an accident, as they just dash...
  4. Transalp
    Chaps Brown-trouser moment with a live piece of venison last night. Swinging my way through corners at about 60 - as you do - on a spiffing ride out last night up near Dunecht, when a young buck decides to leap out of nowhere and stops still in sheer fright about 10 feet from my front wheel...
  5. Meet Ups / Rideouts
    Hi guys/gals,longest day participants, anybody Just a quick heads up. Watch out for deer on the road. I had a close one this morning and I noticed a few fresh carcases at the side of the road. This is very unusual for this time of year, the deer are usually up the hill getting away from the...
  6. Chatter
    Hello, I was cleaning up my picture files when I came across these pics. Thought you might like to see them. Anyone for a quick game of football ?? ( you will need to zoom in ) No ?? I'll bugger off then. Fresh venison at your front door Favourite pic --- I used travel this...
  7. Africa Twin
    Well coming home this morning after the last of my weekend night shifts I was riding down a road called "Nightingales Lane" This is an unlit country road but it is a two lane road defined by the usual white lines. I call this road "bunny highway" because of the amount of wildlife that decides...
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