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Was out in the woods again today nearby and notived that local authority/council had been tidying up the woodland area and woodland walks about 5 minutes from where I stay.<br>Managed to get about 45!!!! fairly good natural forks!Ash ,oak ,birch ,holly,Rhodedendron and some that I couldnt identify.Think I am gonna have some fun!!<br>Does anone else pass trees spy a fork <br> and think....."That would be an awesome slingshot!"
 

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<tr><td class="quote">Was out in the woods again today nearby and notived that local authority/council had been tidying up the woodland area and woodland walks about 5 minutes from where I stay.<br>Managed to get about 45!!!! fairly good natural forks!Ash ,oak ,birch ,holly,Rhodedendron and some that I couldnt identify.Think I am gonna have some fun!!<br>Does anone else pass trees spy a fork <br> and think....."That would be an awesome slingshot!"</td></tr>
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<span class="postbody"><br>Wow... I wish I had that many forks! Lucky you <img src="http://illiweb.com/fa/i/smiles/icon_smile.gif" alt="Smile" longdesc="2"></span>
 

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A folding saw is a must! I got a really cheap one and i have been cutting forks ever since. I would say i have twice as many! <img src="http://illiweb.com/fa/i/smiles/icon_tongue.png" alt="tongue" longdesc="24">
 
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