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Thread: NGTE Pyestock, Hampshire - August 2009

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    The fibreglass barrier in the woods runs round much of the site and is meant to keep the critters from going onto said site and addering people.One addered poor old Harvester!!


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    So long as athe adders stay in Farnborough i dont care...........Stu had an encounter with them last time he was there................vile things
    The Pyestock widow

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    A few more from a previous visit...












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    Quote Originally Posted by adders0121 View Post
    Ahh, so that's what the corrugated sheeting was for. We assumed it was marking out an outer-patrol route.
    By the corrugated stuff, I meant that there are various bits of corrugated sheeting laid around in the woods (or so I've heard;)) and the critters are/were being collected/counted from under them and then moved outside barrier!

    Hope the adders survived their interaction with your members! (NOOOO what am I saying - that paints an awful picture of males with trouser snakes and snakes!)

    Sorry have a tendency to wander off topic a bit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by klempner69 View Post
    The fibreglass barrier in the woods runs round much of the site and is meant to keep the critters from going onto said site and addering people.One addered poor old Harvester!!
    Yup sure did, accidently stood on it as it was coiled up basking in the sun, I jumped up and shat meself nearly! yelled "SNAKE" !!!!! and Stu being compasionate said "don't be stupid, keep the noise down".....as he walked past another!!

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    Def need to go here, i cant resist the technology and history of this place, it is a must see, will have to organise a road trip sometime soon

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    Excellent selection of pics GW + adders, glad you survived the roaming guard snakes
    Aversos Compono Animos

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    They are impressive pics. I might not bother posting my poxy abandoned school photos now!! Still, you have to start somewhere.

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    Couldn't resist this. I'm sure you all know where it is.



    It just appeals to me cos of my age I guess!

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    Here's a clip from when Craig Charles explored the place...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zNDKbWXjOM

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