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Bonzo3legs 10 Dec 10 - 07:27 AM
Black belt caterpillar wrestler 09 Dec 10 - 07:47 AM
Bonzo3legs 09 Dec 10 - 05:27 AM
ragdall 09 Dec 10 - 03:33 AM
gnomad 08 Dec 10 - 06:46 AM
Pistachio 07 Dec 10 - 07:13 PM
Penny S. 07 Dec 10 - 03:08 PM
EBarnacle 06 Dec 10 - 11:25 PM
gnu 06 Dec 10 - 07:44 PM
maple_leaf_boy 06 Dec 10 - 06:43 PM
Bill D 06 Dec 10 - 06:15 PM
fat B****rd 06 Dec 10 - 01:57 PM
gnu 06 Dec 10 - 01:52 PM
EBarnacle 06 Dec 10 - 01:51 PM
WalkaboutsVerse 06 Dec 10 - 01:17 PM
Penny S. 04 Dec 10 - 05:42 PM
gnu 04 Dec 10 - 04:49 PM
Penny S. 04 Dec 10 - 04:41 PM
Ebbie 04 Dec 10 - 12:36 PM
Bonzo3legs 03 Dec 10 - 05:28 PM
WalkaboutsVerse 03 Dec 10 - 04:35 PM
gnu 03 Dec 10 - 03:00 PM
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Penny S. 02 Dec 10 - 06:40 AM
MikeL2 02 Dec 10 - 06:25 AM
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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 10 Dec 10 - 07:27 AM

I like that!


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler
Date: 09 Dec 10 - 07:47 AM

Tell them that they need help to get a repair van through to the TV transmitter mast or else the signal's going off!


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 09 Dec 10 - 05:27 AM

Managed to buy a snow shovel near to my work from a local hardware store - all sold out everywhere last week, and will make a start on clearing the remainder of the snow from our road this evening. 6 of us spent a lot of time last weekend clearing - from 34 houses, the rest were glued to their TVs as usual.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: ragdall
Date: 09 Dec 10 - 03:33 AM

Our last serious snowfall was on the evening of Dec. 2nd when we got about six inches in less than an hour. http://www.flickr.com/photos/diffuse/5228337197/

The snow flurries which were predicted today turned into rain, which then froze on every cold surface. Roads are sheets of ice. I'm heading out now to sand and salt my sloping driveway, which is very treacherous, so I can safely park my car. I had to leave it up by the street because I was afraid I could never get it back up the icy slope.

rags


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: gnomad
Date: 08 Dec 10 - 06:46 AM

Ten days since I posted. Most of the first four or five it snowed in bursts, building a bit then thawing a bit less, so that we had a fair bit packed down in most streets, with the pavements (sidewalks) pretty nasty.

A few better days, and yesterday as I was walking I realised most streets had at least one side more or less safe to walk, though the rest was now polished ice with a meltwater topping. I looked out to sea hoping for fair weather, but no such luck; a sky like grey flannel, and within seconds it started with big wet flakes all over again. More fell during the night, and it was pinging down hard little pellets until 30 minutes ago, my picnic table which was clear yesterday morning now has about four inches settled on it.

We are forecast more until well after dark, I just may have to complain to the management about it.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Pistachio
Date: 07 Dec 10 - 07:13 PM

Took 9" snow off my daughters Bathroom roof today!! What fun, luckily it was light and fluffy. Damn cold still but I can't complain. (99)
Hx


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Penny S.
Date: 07 Dec 10 - 03:08 PM

It's still lying around here - waiting for more my Mum used to say.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: EBarnacle
Date: 06 Dec 10 - 11:25 PM

Don't mind the snow,
Or the blowing breeze;
Sleeting nights
Never worry me;
But the hardest time in an owner's day,
Is shov'ling the snow from his own driveway.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: gnu
Date: 06 Dec 10 - 07:44 PM

mlb... "In some parts, it can be knee high."

What part of Canuckistan are you from? Knee high? Arse deep on fucking snowshoes around my neck of the woods over the years. I had to use snowshoes to get out to shovel the snow from in front of the living room window so we could see out of it one storm.

And that wasn't the worst one I've seen. And I am quite sure there are worse stories elsewhere in The Great White North.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: maple_leaf_boy
Date: 06 Dec 10 - 06:43 PM

Traditionally, we get a lot of snow in the winter. In some parts, it
can be knee high. The past few winters were mild, but the newspaper
today said that this will be a messy winter like the ones we're used to.

I don't mind the snow, and I love the cold. It's the ice that I don't
like. (Unless I'm skating). I remember when I was a kid, delivering newspapers in the nearby trailer court, most of the roads in the park were very icy. The people's driveways were not paved and were completely plastered in ice. I considered wearing skates while tending to my paper route.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Bill D
Date: 06 Dec 10 - 06:15 PM

Sorry about temporary local conditions for some of you... but it WILL warm up.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: fat B****rd
Date: 06 Dec 10 - 01:57 PM

Thank you EB. I think it might f*** up our electric fire if I tried to burn the bloody tree. Mind you the cutting up bit does make you perspire somewhat.
Meanwhile, back in The Kingdom of Fife; schools seem to be opening and closing like.........I don't know what.
ATB from Charlie.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: gnu
Date: 06 Dec 10 - 01:52 PM

Thank goodness the rain we have been getting here in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada (east coast) is not snow. Gusting to 80kph now, and the drifts are the bad part. This is not unusual but not normal either. We'll get ours soon enough.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: EBarnacle
Date: 06 Dec 10 - 01:51 PM

fB, remember that trees warm you three times:
1: When you cut it up,
2: When you turn it into fire wood, and
3: when you put it on fire and enjoy it.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 06 Dec 10 - 01:17 PM

"Snow Set/Sunset" - another pic from Newcastle, N.E. England.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Penny S.
Date: 04 Dec 10 - 05:42 PM

There are some big icicles about here. I had a twofooter, but it wasn't where it could damage someone. I'm hoping there aren't any at the other place - I had to knock some down once.

I tried to get to my old place to check it over today, but failed. My car is still snowed in the garage, but the buses were running to Bluewater. Unfortunately the one I needed to get me to the old place wasn't going to that stop, and couldn't do an extra stop round the corner - the driver wasn't in a good mood, and I probably let my peeve show. Given the idiots in 4X4s around, I can understand a bus driver getting peeved.

Penny


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: gnu
Date: 04 Dec 10 - 04:49 PM

I expect icicles and ice dams might be a problem in such weather in the UK. Can be dangerous too.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Penny S.
Date: 04 Dec 10 - 04:41 PM

Raining now.

Penny


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Ebbie
Date: 04 Dec 10 - 12:36 PM

Juneau, Alaska is warming up again today. The temperature this morning is 35F and the snow is melting. Supposed to snow again today but we're expecting rain tonight.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 03 Dec 10 - 05:28 PM

Many houses in our road have icicles hanging from the roof up to 20 feet long. primamry roads are now clear, but side roads are under 15-18 inches of pack ice.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 03 Dec 10 - 04:35 PM

Apparently, it was warmer in Bergen, Norway, than here in sister-city Newcastle upon Tyne last night.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: gnu
Date: 03 Dec 10 - 03:00 PM

So, it's a heavy snow too then? I don't mind when it's very fluffy... it's that wet, sticky, heavy crap that gets me down.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: MikeL2
Date: 03 Dec 10 - 02:48 PM

hi

Mid-Cheshire still no snow today. No transport problems - even the side roads are clear.

As I type the skies are dark and look heavy with snow and we have some forecast as " a light covering".

It is still very cold -12 last night which is cold by our own standards.

My feelings go out to all the people who are having real problems and we thank our lucky stars that we are mostly without problems here-a-bouts.

Cheers

MikeL2


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Rumncoke
Date: 03 Dec 10 - 01:19 PM

The cold has reached us, right down on the South coast, where last winter - when the whole coulntry was white over - we were a little brown dot right on the edge.

We even have about 6 inches of snow, but the worst thing is the ice on all the pavements and all the small roads.

Today when I went out I took my ski poles with the rubber 'feet' on which I use these days when it is slippery underfoot. I do not get much use of them, but when I do use them they really make all the difference to my remaining upright.

My daughter in law slipped on some steps and damaged her ankle, so I have been looking after my little grandson - he is most perplexed as he doesn't remember the snow from last winter and is too young to understand anything more than his garden has turned white and fluffy and very cold. He likes to go out and check on it from time to time.

My cat used to do something similar - but she would come back and complain that I had opened the wrong door, she wanted the one which opened onto the warm garden she remembered was there not long ago.

Anne


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 03 Dec 10 - 01:00 PM

I've a handy weather attachment (free from Yahoo) on one of my websites, which was reading -8C for Newcastle, NE England, this morning.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Penny S.
Date: 03 Dec 10 - 12:13 PM

Local children have been out sledging on the common, but are generally notable by their absence. No snowballing, no giant snowballs, no snowmen, no igloos, no snow angels.
We are about 18in deep - and the plough keeps piling up a rampart across my drive and the path I've dug. My neighbour spent two hours digging out his wife's car only to have it blocked in again.
Additional empty shelves in the C0-op. Toilet paper. Baked beans. Soup - but not Baxters. Instant hot chocolate drinks. Fresh fruit.
They had a delivery today, but it hasn't filled the gaps. Milk is off until further notice. The local dairy farm is out of reach.
One paper made it through. The Sun.

Penny


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: gnu
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 04:24 PM

rags.... 8 and drizzle here... my heart goes out to you.

Not with yee in UK. Yee (some) tease me about my weather extremes, so I don't feel too bad about yer plight as I know it's temporary. We gotta put up with "feels like" -40 to +40 and snow up yer arse at times. When yees get 1.5m+ of fluffies in one day, I'll sympathize.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: mayomick
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 04:09 PM

Lots of snow all over Ireland for the last few days ,six inches deep in Dublin at the moment , severe traffic disruption etc. It's the heaviest snowfall here for three decades . Kids are out snowballing and making snowmen around my way . Temperatures as low as - 11 .

over


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Richie Black (misused acct, bad email)
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 12:57 PM

I think the Bridge is still open Bonzo, I shall be crossing it shortly.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 12:50 PM

I wonder if our military airfield are kept open through this snow?? If not it leaves us a bit open to raghead invaders!!!


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Mrs.Duck
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 07:10 AM

Spoke to my son last night who is currently at the army training base in Pirbright. He said they have 8-10" abut that didn't stop him doing a 6 mile run with full pack and doing the assault course crawling under nets covered in snow. Should be well equipped if we decide to invade Greenland.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 06:52 AM

Freezing fog, and the strands of the spider's webs look like small hairy ropes.
It was -10.8C when I surfaced this morning, and it's not getting any warmer. Altnaharra which is 24 miles north of here, recorded -20C on Tuesday night. That's fairly cold for the UK.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Penny S.
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 06:40 AM

Something like Bonzo's fall in NW Kent - the path I cleared yesterday was about 10 ins deep this morning. It wasn't snowing when I woke in the night but by this morning a lot had arrived. It's small flakes (<0.5 cm) falling straight down and it isn't stopping.
The local Co-op has shortages and massive queues. What has gone - meat, veggies, bread (there was a queue at the local proper baker), milk (dried and tinned as well)(some people had baskets full of fresh), crisps, porage, custard and milk puddings, chocolate fingers. And I saw one basket with nothing but wine. The newspapers haven't arrived. (I didn't look everywhere, so there may have been other shortages.) I was queueing next to a woman with spinach and parsnips for her tortoises. (In a converted shed.)
We've no buses, and the nearest train line is closed.
A neighbour said that it wasn't really snow - he'd been in Canada.
Re: wellies - are they OK with layered socks inside? My furry boots are now letting water in. Not that I'm planning to be out for long enoough for frostbite.
Penny


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: MikeL2
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 06:25 AM

hi

Mid-Cheshire no snow overnight and now a fine clear dry day. But COLD.

Just been out renewing the froven water containers and putting food out for the birds. Brrrrrrr !!

cheers

MikeL2


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 05:29 AM

We now have 15-18 inches to the south of Croydon and it's still snowing, no trains from East Croydon and just the odd bus. A few trams are running I gather, but they are a calf muscle crippling walk away!


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: ragdall
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 03:49 AM

We've had snow here in the north for quite a while.   Nothing has fallen for about three days. A "few flurries" are predicted every day for the next few days. The last snow usually melts here in April. In the meantime, we just keep piling it up.

rags


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Phot
Date: 02 Dec 10 - 03:15 AM

I know its not as much as the poor buggers up north have had, but in Aldershot we've had six inches overnight, and its still coming down. Time to light the fire and curl up with a book then!

Wassail!! Chris


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Phot
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 07:45 PM

After having a really bad first half of the week, and feeling like death warmed up with man flu, I'm at home. A clear drive down, but since seven this evening the snow is coming down, slow at first, but now its going for it! Lets see what the morning brings........Night all.

Wassail!! Chris


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 06:58 PM

We are missing Maddy Prior & the Carnival Band in Tunbridge Wells as I type

Even snow-clouds it seems have silver linings.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: maeve
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 05:18 PM

Please be careful if you must cut up fallen trees. Here in Maine a man and a child died in two separate events when trees shifted suddenly.

Maeve


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: GUEST,999
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 05:05 PM

Probably you folks in England and Scotland know this, but rubber boots (wellies, gum boots) are NOT good footwear for the type of weather you`re experiencing. Too easy to lose toes to frostbite.

If you go out, layer your clothing--makes for better insulation, and it`s very easy to get lost if you are in rural areas. Best to sit tight.

A Canuck


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Richie Black (misused acct, bad email)
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 04:59 PM

Have to say it is beautiful here in Mottram St Andrew,Cheshire. It is snowing again tonight, I have a log firing burning and my electric blank on !


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: fat B****rd
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 03:54 PM

Walked (walked!) to the paper shop this morning (cue blues riff) no papers. Walked home again, just having breakfast when a tree fell against the front door! Round the back, dug my way to the shed for my trusty axe. Freed, with Mrs. fB, the front door from grip of tree. My son-in-law halped by sawing branches and we finally shifted the bloody thing.
BTW our guttering fell off during the night, but, hey! we're warm, dry and well fed.
Soon be time for Criminal Minds and a large glass of Navy Rum.
Goodnight.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 03:50 PM

Forecast is for another 6 inches of snow overnight here. We are missing Maddy Prior & the Carnival Band in Tunbridge Wells as I type. That's £34 down the drain. I hope we can get to the Richard Thompson/Musicians of the Globe gig next Monday in London.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: GUEST,Bi-Polar Bear
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 03:45 PM

Snow stopped in Fleetwood after ten minutes. All clear, but very cold.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: MikeL2
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 03:12 PM

hi bonzo

Today Gatwick closed to all flights....even Malaga !!

And......maybe tomorrow too.

Here it's snowing now 20.00 but like you we were able to go out walking for essentials. Well wrapped up though.

Stopped off at our favourite local Chinese Restaurant....well one has to keep out the cold somehow.



Cheers

MikeL2


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: GUEST,Bi-Polar Bear
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 11:04 AM

The first flakes fall in Fleetwood, finding favour on the frozen fields...


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Bonzo3legs
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 10:17 AM

Croydon Council have got primary routes moving, and all credit to the gritters who work through the night. Just walked to local Sainsburys and back - about 2 miles for essentials, it was like walking through treacle! In 21 years of living here, I have never seen so much snow.


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Penny S.
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 10:02 AM

Just had a call from the fire service - they have attempted several roads off the A20, and failed, some being blocked off by police. I am impressed that they actually tried.

Penny


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Subject: RE: BS: Snow watch 2010/11
From: Penny S.
Date: 01 Dec 10 - 09:50 AM

North West Kent, second day, about a foot and still coming. The road has been ploughed and gritted at least twice, and is now that sort of sandy texture that is hard to get traction on. My car is still in the garage. There's been a couple of inches since I cleared a path this morning. I don't know if we have a bus service as there isn't an answer on the phone help line, but I doubt it. The buses have problems getting up the hill a couple of miles down the road. We do have a small Co=op supermarket and the papers have got in, also milk. Yesterday was madness, as the school was shut, and the shop was crowded with people suddenly short of bread and milk. today it was quieter.

I was supposed to have my car repaired yesterday, but more serious damage due to snow has priority, and I was supposed to be having a fire officer visiting for advice on fire safety today, but not even a call to say he wasn't coming. In fact, when I rang them, they said I should assume he would turn up! presumably they were in some part of the county not buried in white.

Penny


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