fragglehunter

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  1. better photos than my efforts and you found the Jenga puzzle of death
  2. Now then, that does look like a bloody good mooch !!! excellent photos
  3. Lights on, no one at home..................
  4. We in Lancashire are still afraid of bendy buses. Work of the Devil
  5. Excellent Sir, I'm not an expert on birds but I'm rather jealous of that shot. Quality shots all round.
  6. Good to hear we delivered in prompt time, rather glad you like the book Sir and thanks again. I think we need another competition soon....
  7. I did, small, easy-ish and photogenic and is what it is.
  8. nice place, just pinged you
  9. It was that day...............
  10. Spend your voucher wisely and your book Soviet Ghosts is on its way. Enjoy !!!
  11. We spotted this place on the side of a busy main road in Wales. After a frustrating day we popped our heads in. Looked like an old school which had been later used by the Highways Department for offices. Not much to say about the place to be honest. It had potential from the road side but ultimately crap, thrashed to within an inch of its life. Visited by Snapt and Tbolt between rain showers. Given that Wales is obviously a country of milk and honey we did find it a little strange that the lights where left on despite the building being "alfresco" and looking empty for years. Posted to save you the time and effort 2/10
  12. A Welsh road trip, so what could go wrong ?? Tbolt, myself and the one only known as Snapt set off in the, very, early hours of the morning and well it all went a bit League of Gentlemen. It should be noted that the chain of bizarre events that unfolded before us fell firmly at the feet of a crazy English pensioner (did I say crazy ?) what I meant to say was deluded. Said f**kwitt currently resides in deepest Pembrokeshire luring unsuspecting explorers to his lair with false promises of urbex gold. As my Mum once said to me "you want to be carefull on that internet, its full of f***ing nutters". So when in Wales with at least a 5 hour drive home, 7 hours for poor old Snapt, it becomes derp hunting time. "Oh look its a coach graveyard in the middle of nowhere, apply the brakes on the car !! " It started to rain, again, and so we quickly returned to the car a tad wet. Snapt started up the Mystery Machine for our onward journey and we drove on into the mist.
  13. Pinged you a voucher sir, message me and we can sort out the other prize
  14. Visited with Tbolt and Snapt on our delightful return journey thru Wales. Situated in the middle of a very remote part of Wales, off the beaten track and then further and further down another remote country lane is a little chapel next to a phone box. You may need the phone box, this is an American Werewolf kind of place and you won't be getting a signal on your phone if you need to phone for help (thinking vehicle breakdown rather than being ripped apart by a Lycanthrope to be honest). This rather, very, small chapel is sometimes referred to as Sinister Chapel, not very sinister but location wise very quiet, remote and a little atmospheric on a wet and windy day. We rather liked this place as well.