Going over the hill to St Andrews yesterday saw the first white stuff of the year up in the hills.
Sounds very Christmassy:)
Sounds very cold, miserable and unpleasant more like!
After two extremely cold winters, the childhood memories of snowy fun winters aren't such fun in real life now, but if the halcyon hot summers of childhood memories returned, I'd be quite happy.
Frost on the roofs and ice on the windscreens here in Norwich this morning.
Maybe the 6 snowploughs were just on training manoeuvres...
Had to give in an put the heating on up here in a "crisp" Edinburgh.
Saw a Gritting Lorry heading into Norwich on that very hot Thursday 2 weeks ago. I was on my way home from having my eye Lasered at the Hospital but I really wasn't seeing things - Honest!!
The gritter manoeuvres were on the news - something to do with training a new batch of drivers and checking everything was working
...my indoor electric psychedelic snowman has got a twinkle in his eye...unplugged.
For the first time this year, we had a very red breasted Robin strutting all his stuff, in the garden yesterday. Was that a warning or a pleasant 'birdy' experience?.
I have noticed that the local council have put out quite a number of roadside grit bunkers, and have informed the public that grit stocks are high, and the gangs are prepared and ready to roll.
In my neck of the woods, last week was part 'T' shirts, sun and shorts, today its digging out the thermals and central heating.
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