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Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/31/20 05:00:35PM
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Natural dreadlocks, from day 0


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oops...  the piccy is one of my favourite trees, a young hollow oak about 2-3 hundred years olde.

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/31/20 04:58:04PM
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Natural dreadlocks, from day 0


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@peacefulpasser  composting anything that doesn't move (Could try a neighbour or two - but that would take too long), acquired a shredder so big stuff can be mangled and rots down quicker. I still have slow log,branch piles to benefit the wildlife (be get slow worm and frogs which help keep down the slugs.  

I recently cleared an olde pile out cuttings, leaves etc which left some nice compost underneath so I am hoping try and establish a "no-dig" veg bed, getting impatient for seeds to arrive by post now.  I've been scavenging on my rounds lately; found some good mesh netting to keep birds off seed beds and too some old Agapanthus roots away that someone was taking to dump....

Love your homemade masks, your kids look happy in them.  We have some at work, I will use if situations are desperate. 


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Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/29/20 06:52:43PM
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@ Soaringeagle  totally with you on the non-uniform look of nature, give me the woods anyday, or the moors, beach, marshes etc.

I would love to have my own woods to hideaway on especially with the current state the world is in, guess I'll make do with my little garden of sanity, which is far from uniform and not quite anarchy, but the birds and bees like it and me too. 

@lunakat13 I get people staring funny at my hair from afar and smile at them cos they need it; we are a funny olde species.  I find myself judging folks by their looks/tatoos/music taste etc,  then step back and kick my own ass for being so stupid, just take folks as they are, not as you think they are.(hope that makes sense) .  I see one or two lovely looking dreadheads and wander how they started dreadlife, were all different, like some animals too. 

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/29/20 12:51:56PM
68 posts

Natural dreadlocks, from day 0


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CORONAVIRUS  - hows everyone coping?

@Tashtash - sorry to hijack your thread but can't a new post to work for some reason 

"Hi all you locked down dread folk..hanging onto this crazy olde rock spinning in space,  hope the current Coronavirus pandemic isn't affecting anyone too badly.

UK has gone full lockdown, only emergency, essential services peoples working. Everyone else stay at home apart from essential journeys; Im kind of glad to be working (Postal deliveries) to pass the time. At least the weather is stuck in a dry spell (its been one of the wettest winters on record) wich is better than being cold and wet..

Im lucky to have garden and I'm hoping to use some space for veggies to save relying on shops.. anyone else got any growing tips?

@ soaringeagle - hows your "grow your own" project working out? 

Meanwhile. back at the dreads - someone at work tried telling me i Should tie my hair up due to covid19 "it was on google" hahaha.  My hair is like 

quarter- third way dreaded (pics will follow dreckly ) and making some weird and wonderful shapes.   

Stay safe everyone, keep smiling and look after the less fortunate 

 

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/28/20 06:17:44PM
68 posts

Passing time while isolating



Hi all you locked down dread folk..hanging onto this crazy olde rock spinning in space,  hope the current Coronavirus pandemic isn't affecting anyone too badly.  

I'm still working (essential delivery driver) but getting more done on days off.  Uk is currently having a dry spell so I've been 

enjoying my garden and preparing to plant Veg and some flowers with the help of my trusty hound.

Anyone got any positive thoughts on covid19?

- world pollution has decreased

- people are uniting to help the sick and elderly

- hopefully the human race, ( especially   the world leaders) will learn something valuable from it.

@Soaringeagle - hope your "grow your own" food scheme is working out, please feel free to pass on any growing tips..

Stay safe everyone,.   




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Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/28/20 06:11:08PM
68 posts

Passing time while isolating



Hi all you locked down dread folk..hanging onto this crazy olde rock spinning in space,  hope the current Coronavirus pandemic isn't affecting anyone too badly.  

I'm still working (essential delivery driver) but getting more done on days off.  Uk is currently having a dry spell so I've been 

enjoying my garden and preparing to plant Veg and some flowers with the help of my trusty hound.

Anyone got any positive thoughts on covid19?

- world pollution has decreased

- people are uniting to help the sick and elderly

- hopefully the human race, ( especially   the world leaders) will learn something valuable from it.

@Soaringeagle - hope your "grow your own" food scheme is working out, please feel free to pass on any growing tips..

Stay safe everyone,.   



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Just one of my favourite trees  - anyone seen the film "Sleepy hollow"

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/25/20 05:59:45PM
68 posts

Passing time while isolating



ooops,  the photo in the last post is one of my favourite trees....anyone seen "Sleepy Hollow"?

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/25/20 05:57:39PM
68 posts

Passing time while isolating



Hi all you locked down dread folk..hanging onto this crazy olde rock spinning in space,  hope the current Coronavirus pandemic isn't affecting anyone too badly.  

I'm still working (essential delivery driver) but getting more done on days off.  Uk is currently having a dry spell so I've been 

enjoying my garden and preparing to plant Veg and some flowers with the help of my trusty hound.

Anyone got any positive thoughts on covid19?

- world pollution has decreased

- people are uniting to help the sick and elderly

- hopefully the human race, (especially  the world leaders) will learn something valuable from it.

@Soaringeagle - hope your "grow your own" food scheme is working out, please feel free to pass on any growing tips..

Stay safe everyone,.   


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updated by @gazzunger-the-grey: 03/28/20 06:06:22PM
Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/19/20 06:50:41PM
68 posts

Natural dreadlocks, from day 0


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@tashtash I am Gingerish with hints of grey'/white. Enforced DIY while under isolation seem like the only way I will get my house straight...dog walking and gardening seem to take priority (hope to grow more veg this year - you can't eat a tidy house).

Panic buying has hit us too, not a loo roll in the County; my dog is fed for the next month (although he prefers my food)  

Levellers put on a lively show, a bit of moshing often occurs (good stress relief) 

Like your up-do by the way - I can just about tie my mess up using to little dreadies .    

To all you lovely dreadies, stay safe throughout the Coronavirus madness, it wont last forever.

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/18/20 05:48:40PM
68 posts

Natural dreadlocks, from day 0


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@tashtash   Nice idea, for rubbish assistants,  sadly wont be feasible for a while thanks to Coronavirus.  Guess if I do have to self isolate it will give me something to do..

The beaches are still open and found a whole bag-full of plastic in about 1/2 an hour today; strange how the size and type of plastic varies, guess partly due to wind direction and where the crap is coming from - lots of pieces of plastic bottles today and one of those junior lego blogs , I'm pondering somekind of multicoloured dreadlocked person as a picture. (Don't expect anything too soon- we do things Dreckly in Cornwall).

Back at the dreads....  Have you or any other readers seen a band called the "Levellers"?  kind of Folk/Punk  Saw them recently and their Bass player (Jeremy) has an awesome set of Red dreads down his back; he does a grand job of flailing his band mates with them during lively numbers.

 By the way, like your Updo, and you can have some of my ginger if you like..

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