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jinglejoys
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Post: # 73953Post jinglejoys »

Hi, I'm near worcs,almost in Gloucestershire and not far from Warwick
I also Drive an Organic Quadbike :lol: Its called a Saddlechariot

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Saves on Deisel!
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Shirley
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Post: # 73956Post Shirley »

wow... I've NEVER seen anything like that before. Nice photo.

Welcome to Selfsufficientish. :cheers: :mrgreen: :cheers:
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red
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Post: # 73957Post red »

hi and welcome :cat:
Red

I like like minded people... a bit like minded anyway.. well people with bits of their minds that are like the bits of my mind that I like...

my website: colour it green

etsy shop

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Millymollymandy
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Post: # 73972Post Millymollymandy »

That's really cool! Do you go shopping in it? :lol: Welcome to the site.

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Post: # 73984Post 9ball »

Hi Jingle, welcome to SSish. Brilliant picture!
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jinglejoys
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Post: # 74140Post jinglejoys »

Millymollymandy wrote:That's really cool! Do you go shopping in it? :lol: Welcome to the site.
I've got to get the cart attatched first but she does take me to work and back--saves on diesel
If you want to try one yourself have a word with Simon (Complete nutcase who had the innitiative to look at driving from a completely differant angle

http://naturaldriving.co.uk/content_home.php

He's even invented one to take a wheelchair!
I do have another 4X4 but it hasn't got a "seat attatched yet :lol:
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Millymollymandy
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Post: # 74159Post Millymollymandy »

Had a quick look at that link - that's great, I didn't know I could use my zebra for that! :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post: # 74204Post Thurston Garden »

Ahoy :salute:

Neat weels!
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Post: # 74980Post Peggy Sue »

This is definitely what I need! I have a Welsh Cob whos just a bit too freaky to drive but I keep hoping when he's ancient w can plod together like this, I woul;d just love to park outside a shop and get the shopping in!

Absolutley brilliant I say, and Welcome!
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Post: # 75083Post SarahJane »

Hello from me to. :flower:

ina
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Post: # 75117Post ina »

Hiya Jinglejoys, and welcome!

This looks so much better than riding a horse... Much easier to get onto (when you are getting old and stiff!), and not so far to the ground when you fall off!
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Post: # 75154Post yugogypsy »

Hi Jingles,

I am a donkey nut, I have a wee donkey ,chestnut color (looks pink) and he's 28 but still loves to go out for a drive when his asthma permits.

Welcome
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Lois

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