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laudropb

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About laudropb

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  • Birthday 06/06/53

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    Birdwatching, chess and watching Glasgow Rangers
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  1. Congratulations. Lovely report of a good session topped off with your fist view of the elusive Veil.
  2. Hello and a warm welcome to the SGL.
  3. Very interesting video. Thanks for posting.
  4. Looks nice and steady. I sometimes observe from the grass lawn. So I went for one with the bars so that it would not sink into the ground if it was soft.
  5. Forgive the mucky patio. I am just in the process of power cleaning it lol.
  6. Sorry Richard. It's that long ago that I don't have a link. I just opened Amazon and did a search. There were quite a few on sale if I remember correctly. I also looked at drummers stools, but decided on the ironing stool as it folds down well for storage.
  7. I use an ironing stool purchased for £20 from Amazon. Height is easily adjusted and its lasted me for 3 years and still going strong.
  8. Lovely set up. Hope you get some clear skies to make the most of it.
  9. Lovely detail captured Avani.
  10. I had a very nice time at the exhibition Jeremy. Enjoyed the talks and got lots of useful information from the sections. Sorry I did not have a chance to introduce myself to you. I left myself short of time to catch a train. Thanks to all at the BAA for putting on a great day.
  11. Not sure if you can buy the knobs separately.
  12. Hello and a warm welcome to the SGL. Not sure what you mean. Do you wish to change the focussing knobs or fit a new focuser.
  13. Hello and a warm welcome to the SGL.
  14. Hello and a warm welcome to the SGL Nat.
  15. Very interesting report Shane. I really must press the button on a pair of binoviewers. Just can't make up my mind on which ones to get.