by pogo • Thu 26 Sep 2013 17:32
There is a builders merchants on the main bypass at le Grand Bourg, although I dont know if they deliver in the bags.
There is a builders merchants in Bonnat, near the nightclub, I went there a long time ago, so not sure if they still trade. Also, Toute Faire in Aigurande.
by pogo • Tue 06 Aug 2013 21:25
If you have a standard sky box (not freesat etc) it is easy to do a signal test. Press tv guide. scan along twice to services.then press select. go down to no.4 and select. go down to no.6 and select. This should show how good your signal is. half way to 3/4 is ok (ish) on strength and quality . If ...
by pogo • Thu 01 Aug 2013 19:33
After 8 years here...... good classic car shows, the river Beult in Kent, local things to do in winter, customer service, and really miss the county agriculteral shows. Shame in this area of farming they dont seem to have a show to show off their stock and crops etc. Still, all fairly minor compared...
by pogo • Sat 22 Jun 2013 21:18
We have had a similar experience with Orange. Our internet connection was terribly unreliable for a while. I could hardly write and send an email before it cut out, very frustrating. Two Orange 'HELP'line :roll: employees told us that it was our equipment, and to change the adsl filter (that must be...
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by pogo • Tue 09 Oct 2012 21:09
an old chinese proverb says
'the man who cuts his own wood, warms himself twice'
I however, prefer to have it delivered cut up, so I can sit and watch the x factor, and eat kettle chips
by pogo • Tue 24 Jul 2012 06:36
I have been trying to find the classic car club web site automoto23.com, without success.
Does anyone know if it still exists, and can post a link to it?
After 7 years here, I thought it about time I joined, if theyll have me and my modern 'classics'.
by pogo • Tue 03 Apr 2012 18:23
I am arranging replacement for a client, we have been told it will be 'about' €100. Pogo
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- Topic: Broken water meter or should I say frozen water meter
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by pogo • Sat 17 Jul 2010 22:22
Hi. You are near the perfect lake for beginners,with some much larger fish for the more experienced. I took my 8 year old daughter there for her first days fishing,and she caught up to 5 lb carp. It is at Fleurat,call Niel on 05.55.41.86.81 or www.campinglesboueix.com You can fish lakes at Noth,or A...
by pogo • Tue 20 Apr 2010 21:34
Hi Blaudiex. It was a long time ago now,but I doubt that I would have listed my primary activity as 'insulation works' (as that must take up about 5 days of my working year ),and I certainly don't remember them ever telling me to make sure that I picked the correct activity to list with my siret num...
by pogo • Mon 19 Apr 2010 21:15
Hi.On this subject,I have a running battle with the Chambre de Metiere who have listed my activities insufficiently as 'traveaux d'isolant' or insulation work. When I first registered and saw this,I took it up with them,but was told that they just picked out one description of my scale of work for a...
by pogo • Sun 01 Nov 2009 20:27
Hi.I am looking for someone to look after our Labrador (8 months old,adorable and obedient...ish) for a couple of days over xmas and a couple of weeks in Feb.Does anyone offer this service (not in our home,unfortunately) or know of a nice kennels nearby.Thanks.Paul
by pogo • Tue 21 Apr 2009 20:30
Hi Andrew.The problem is not the water heater but the valve underneath as these two items are bought seperately.If the problem arose when you first turned the water release knob,I would suggest turning it open and closed a few times,and try to let it spring back when you do this.This usually clears ...