'Toddy Bow' tags on a tree in Alwoodley Plantation, north Leeds.

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Re: 'Toddy Bow' tags on a tree in Alwoodley Plantation, north Leeds.

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Leodian wrote:
Wed 07 Apr, 2021 6:00 pm
Thanks also now for the inputs by blackprince and TABBYCAT. :)

PS. You say tilly "I must add there are not many bells ringing at my age". A bit of quiet should be a good thing as in the words of The Tremeloes late 1960s hit record 'Silence is Golden'. ;)
I must say i have always been a loner either fishing or metal detecting or photography im not a stick in the mud but thats just how i am .
No matter were i end my days im an Hunslet lad with Hunslet ways.

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Re: 'Toddy Bow' tags on a tree in Alwoodley Plantation, north Leeds.

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tilly wrote:
Wed 07 Apr, 2021 8:26 pm
Leodian wrote:
Wed 07 Apr, 2021 6:00 pm
Thanks also now for the inputs by blackprince and TABBYCAT. :)

PS. You say tilly "I must add there are not many bells ringing at my age". A bit of quiet should be a good thing as in the words of The Tremeloes late 1960s hit record 'Silence is Golden'. ;)
I must say i have always been a loner either fishing or metal detecting or photography im not a stick in the mud but thats just how i am .
Hi tilly :).

Your mention of fishing and metal reminded me that during a stroll I had about a couple of weeks back in the Brewery Wharf area of Leeds some men were magnetic fishing and had just pulled out what looked like a hand gun! They were clearly elated to have 'fished' something interesting and keenly showed me it. They said they had thought it was a hand gun but on checking closer they thought it was an air pistol. I don't know what they did after but they did say some while back a little further up river they pulled up what looked looked like a bomb but it turned out not to be, so perhaps that was an incident that was reported to the police and also in the local press.
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Re: 'Toddy Bow' tags on a tree in Alwoodley Plantation, north Leeds.

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I have seen a lot of magnet fishing videos on tv they can find all sorts of things the trouble is you can only do so much with your time. What with photography and fishing not a lot of time left keep posting your photographs all the best stay safe .
No matter were i end my days im an Hunslet lad with Hunslet ways.

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