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This is the area where I live, so I think we can safely rule the whales out of our enquiries...thanks for all the info.

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Down the road, my shop is going to give Archaeologists migraines; everything I can't bear to chuck out ends up in there...
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Down the road, my shop is going to give Archaeologists migraines; everything I can't bear to chuck out ends up in there...
put a longer handle on it and it goes medieval....

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I bought one from Lee Valley a few years ago and it was advertised as a food chopper. I'll have to give it a try for skinning when I get a chance.

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Thanks - it's typical rural Irish scenery and light.
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Could even pass for the Fraser Valley...
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I'll take your word for it Dan - that link isn't working, 403 message.
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I'll take your word for it Dan - that link isn't working, 403 message.
Same here, may just be a false positive....

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