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Hallo there
Currently in the throws of a kitchen overhaul in a not run of the mill house (its old).
My work involves getting people to dig me holes... (investigating "brownfield" sites) but is a whole lot more technical at times, now, shall I put the kettle on?

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Hi marlowmole,


sounds like an interesting job!

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Hallo ultimatehandyman
It has its moments (both the job and the kitchen) and I never quite know whats going to happen next or where I'll be, but I enjoy my job generally and thats important (to me)

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Enjoying the job that you do is very important, it is no good doing a job that you do not like and being miserable! I know far too many people like that.

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Hi Marlowmole.

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marlowmole wrote:
Hallo there
Currently in the throws of a kitchen overhaul in a not run of the mill house (its old).
My work involves getting people to dig me holes... (investigating "brownfield" sites) but is a whole lot more technical at times, now, shall I put the kettle on?


Hello marlowmole. Nice handle. I bet you find some very interesting things in those holes.


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