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Lockdown projects/activities 10:32 - Apr 6 with 744 viewsHerbivore

Anyone got anything on the go in particular? I've been getting the garden ship shape, and planning on waxing our floorboards. I've also got a sourdough starter on the go, nearly a week in and after a couple of feeds it's looking pretty epic.

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Lockdown projects/activities on 10:42 - Apr 6 with 714 viewsNewcyBlue

I’m in the back yard today.

Some changes to the rabbit pens. They easily have 2/3rds of the yard. Just a configuration change so I can have some exercise space and bike storage. My woodwork is pretty ok.

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Lockdown projects/activities on 10:46 - Apr 6 with 707 viewsHerbivore

Lockdown projects/activities on 10:42 - Apr 6 by NewcyBlue

I’m in the back yard today.

Some changes to the rabbit pens. They easily have 2/3rds of the yard. Just a configuration change so I can have some exercise space and bike storage. My woodwork is pretty ok.


My ex had rabbits and they ended up taking over most of the garden.

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Lockdown projects/activities on 10:55 - Apr 6 with 680 viewsgiant_ullaa

Lockdown projects/activities on 10:46 - Apr 6 by Herbivore

My ex had rabbits and they ended up taking over most of the garden.


My bro has rabbits and they're pretty useless: just sh1t everywhere and nibble everything when allowed out of the pen. Not like cats.

Edit: back to the OP, I'm going to repair the garden fence - been putting it off as I have to dig the holes through old rubble less than a foot down, but work won;t allow yet.
[Post edited 6 Apr 10:56]

Has anyone ever looked at their own postings for last day or so? Oh my... so sorry.
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Lockdown projects/activities on 12:15 - Apr 6 with 619 viewsNewcyBlue

Lockdown projects/activities on 10:46 - Apr 6 by Herbivore

My ex had rabbits and they ended up taking over most of the garden.


These are all rescues and a pain in the backside.

MrsN hates the small hutches and runs you see at the pet shops, so I bought a load of timber and made massive pens for them all. Originally 6 rabbits, 3 pairs in pens. One has died. She’s thinking about bonding the giant rabbit with one of the other pairs...

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Lockdown projects/activities on 12:49 - Apr 6 with 579 viewshatch

Lockdown projects/activities on 10:55 - Apr 6 by giant_ullaa

My bro has rabbits and they're pretty useless: just sh1t everywhere and nibble everything when allowed out of the pen. Not like cats.

Edit: back to the OP, I'm going to repair the garden fence - been putting it off as I have to dig the holes through old rubble less than a foot down, but work won;t allow yet.
[Post edited 6 Apr 10:56]


My missus brought a rabbit with her when she moved in. I have grown to appreciate it but it does chew up the carpet and cables. He has the freedom of our balcony at night and then we let him roam indoors during the day. He is litter trained so thankfully doesn't sh1t everywhere.

Bizarrely for the first time ever he has woken up today and started humping our legs.
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Lockdown projects/activities on 12:53 - Apr 6 with 563 viewsFoD_Blue

Started 3D printing face shields to be donated to the NHS or other front-line workers who need them as part of a large online campaign.
Also some gardening and painting of 3D printed or Warhammer miniatures is keeping me occupied and sane.
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Lockdown projects/activities on 12:56 - Apr 6 with 558 viewsJakeITFC

I'm still working, but aside from that I've started learning German again.

Would seem like a bit of a waste to have come out of this without at least trying to do something with the time we've got.
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Lockdown projects/activities on 15:20 - Apr 6 with 511 viewsBrixtonBlue

Lockdown projects/activities on 10:42 - Apr 6 by NewcyBlue

I’m in the back yard today.

Some changes to the rabbit pens. They easily have 2/3rds of the yard. Just a configuration change so I can have some exercise space and bike storage. My woodwork is pretty ok.


"Just a configuration change"

Rabbit stew for dinner?

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Lockdown projects/activities on 15:21 - Apr 6 with 505 viewsNewcyBlue

Lockdown projects/activities on 15:20 - Apr 6 by BrixtonBlue

"Just a configuration change"

Rabbit stew for dinner?


You have no idea how tempting it is!

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Lockdown projects/activities on 15:49 - Apr 6 with 477 viewsericclacton

I'm learning how to leap from house to house just like spider-man, i was amazed just how easy it is.




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Lockdown projects/activities on 15:54 - Apr 6 with 470 viewsNthQldITFC

Lockdown projects/activities on 12:49 - Apr 6 by hatch

My missus brought a rabbit with her when she moved in. I have grown to appreciate it but it does chew up the carpet and cables. He has the freedom of our balcony at night and then we let him roam indoors during the day. He is litter trained so thankfully doesn't sh1t everywhere.

Bizarrely for the first time ever he has woken up today and started humping our legs.


It really is a shame that the rabbit was not of the female persuasion. Could have had some fun replying to your post. As it is, nothing.

The only thing I know is that I might be wrong about everything else.
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Lockdown projects/activities on 16:16 - Apr 6 with 439 viewsbrazil1982

Thinking of starting some scale modelling (1:76), but I've been thinking about it for twenty years so clearly haven't got the motivation! Maybe now is the time.
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Lockdown projects/activities on 16:26 - Apr 6 with 425 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Lockdown projects/activities on 12:15 - Apr 6 by NewcyBlue

These are all rescues and a pain in the backside.

MrsN hates the small hutches and runs you see at the pet shops, so I bought a load of timber and made massive pens for them all. Originally 6 rabbits, 3 pairs in pens. One has died. She’s thinking about bonding the giant rabbit with one of the other pairs...


A strip of gorilla tape should do it.

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Lockdown projects/activities on 19:32 - Apr 6 with 356 viewsbritbiker

Have a pagoda that I erected 15 years ago that was totally overgrown so have done a massive pruning job. Made harder as I have to cut everything into small pieces which completely filled my recycling bin twice. Just hoping they collect once more so that I can do some standard gardening soon.

Pressure washed all the patios. Cleaned both vehicles. Washed all windows inside and out.

Just finished woodstaining the pegoda including the latticed panels. Woodstained all my fences which has been a job in waiting for eight years.

Nearly done with a major overhaul in the garage and two sheds which are overpacked with my tradesman gear.

Wife has now started me on the loft.

Really not used to not working and thought I had better finish everything in case the government says the lockdown is over.

If it lasts a couple more weeks I will have to invent some diy jobs as only have the bedroom left to decorate.
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Lockdown projects/activities on 19:55 - Apr 6 with 321 viewsazuremerlangus

Apart from the usual DIY and garden stuff I have a ukulele to build (Xmas present) which came in kit form. Still have to make some jigs when it comes to glueing bits of it together but other than that it is all there.
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Lockdown projects/activities on 20:35 - Apr 6 with 291 viewsNewcyBlue

Lego Millennium Falcon too!

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Lockdown projects/activities on 00:16 - Apr 7 with 214 viewshatch

Lockdown projects/activities on 15:54 - Apr 6 by NthQldITFC

It really is a shame that the rabbit was not of the female persuasion. Could have had some fun replying to your post. As it is, nothing.


It actually is a she but I changed it’s sex to protect myself from people like you!
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