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Pics of your Trowel
#1
Sad but true... show us yer trowel

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"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."
Borekickers
For really I think that the poorest he that is in England hath a life to live, as the greatest he
Thomas Rainborough 1647
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#2
I believe that is actually a picture of my trowel and you have simply removed the watermark which says 'Silent Bob.' I will of course be expecting full royalties from my copyright.
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#3
I can prove it is my <s>your </s> picture of <s>your </s> my trowel... it is a trowel, so therefore I must be the owner... so there ...er... and stuff... er.. and other stuff..

this is a picture of er.. another trowel which is mine/not mine/is mine.. no hold on... its a pencil ... oh I am getting confused now...

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anyway... show us yer trowel... go on!

"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."
Borekickers
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#4
Did you inherit it from someone else? as it looks a bit more than just10 years old.
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#5
tough times! Smile

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Borekickers
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#6
Trowel? Haven't seen one of those for a while, but can I post a photgraph of my krafser and krafsebrett?

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PS If this image appears on any archaeological tool-store web sites other than BAJR you will be hearing from my solicitors Sue, Grabbit and Run.....

PPS Apologies for the bad spelling
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#7
If you could get these exported! Do you have a contact for the company who makes them??

ps... it is a big trowel you have there Kevin

"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."
Borekickers
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#8
Is a Krefser the same as the mighty Krafse, roughly translated as scrapy-thingy (with lovely tray to trowel into)? If so they are manufactured by Fiskar, but not to my knowledge sold wholesale in Britain. They are available through their Norwegian website under gardening tools. It's better to ask that they are dispatched through their Swedish operation to avoid nonEU import duty. A great tool, but not suitable to all geologies.
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#9
lovely

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Borekickers
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