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    Well done guys :0)

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    WB Mate I thought you had left me and I was broken hearted Na good to see your bak up and running I missed getting on
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    Is it just me or is it faster to now
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    just going taking down the noose from the garage.......glad i lack guts and put it off a while!!!! good to see we are all back and great work Ash!!!
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    Phew! glad your all back,my wife caught me looking at the blank screen last night and told me to grow up .Still some good did come out of it went and ordered my self a spyderco bug and a syvord peasent from heinnie haynes(yes yes yes I know I just spelt that second knife wrong,sorry it's just a mental thing). Paul

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    As a relative new comer to the natural bushcraft community, I was beginning to wander what I did in my spare time before finding this wonderful site, and as I was looking for something totally different at the time, I'm beggared if I can remember what it was?
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    Can't top anything you've all said - totally agree and thanks.
    Ade - in order to avoid such abuse again - take up bat watching - it fills your night and at least when the little beggars squawk at you, you can't hear them (unless you have a bat detector, of course)!!

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    Thumbs up Thanks for the support folks

    Quote Originally Posted by rosseveritt View Post
    Yay! It's back. Well done all concerned.
    Thanks again for your support folks, I've just returned from 2 days in the woods - much needed recovery time

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    Is it just me or is it faster to now
    Oh yes! I forgot to mention the positive part the site is on a faster server now so the whole of the site & forum should load ever so slightly quicker.


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    Cooooooooooooooooolllllllllllllllllllllll
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    Quote Originally Posted by happybonzo View Post
    Well done for getting the website back so quickly. I thought for one horrid minute that NB had subject to a denial of service attack
    Don't worry - it wasn't. I like this place to be open about what goes on so if it was under attack I would have mentioned it publicly... I didn't give a detailed update because each day I lulled into thinking it was going to be fixed faster than it actually was and frankly the intricacies of virtual-machine hard-drives becoming corrupt, restoring MySQL databases and data-center technicans walking out on us at 3 in the morning are mind-numbingly boring

    It's back though, that's the main thing, enjoy.

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