Too bad, Ponch. I'm not selling.
Great club idea T-Pants! I've just planted my SAP's in the allotment and am looking forward to digging them up next year. I'm hoping for an XLT and a CT47 in the crop, but we'll see. I might dig one up early so I can join though.I'll send you one of mine when they're ready ponch - what sort do you want?
Ponch I would have sent you mine if I'd known you wanted one. I could no longer carry it due to the arterial bleeding and all so I found an alternate use for it.
This SAP was found during excavations in the deep south of the Netherlands. Its age is estimated to be about 9000 years. The tools, originally made of bone, have long since gone, and the potato has petrified.According to experts, the piece is unique. Although the tools (bones) aren't rare, the potato's survival could only have happened under very special circumstances. Currently, the potato is valued at E 42,000.
Quote from: Alan K. on December 12, 2016, 09:57:53 PMPonch I would have sent you mine if I'd known you wanted one. I could no longer carry it due to the arterial bleeding and all so I found an alternate use for it.Vandal!
Congrats on the great find! Thought all of those vanished during the Great Irish Potato Knife Famine.
Shouldn't this fall under SAK Guy's SAK Electric thread since spuds conduct electricity?
SAP after a hard day's work