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Snow again [Feb. 8th, 2007|08:26 am]
Douglas Spencer
Actually, now I've been out, I see that my initial impressions of the snow were inaccurate.

I looked out of the window this morning and saw no snow on the tarmac. Now this seems to be because one of my neighbours has been out and cleared the paths. As soon as I walk beyond the area immediately between his house and where we all park our cars, there's snow on the tarmac too.

My apologies if I've made anyone leave the house ill-prepared. It's still only about an inch and a half deep here.
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[User Picture]From: camies
2007-02-08 12:47 pm (UTC)
Are you and lproven still planning on the Battersea BF later?
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[User Picture]From: dougs
2007-02-08 03:58 pm (UTC)
I'm now not going to get there today, unfortunately. I'm intending to be there between about noon and about three tomorrow (Friday), before I head into London for a meeting at 4:30.
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[User Picture]From: camies
2007-02-08 04:13 pm (UTC)
OK, fair enough, see you at next '1st Thursday' probably.
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[User Picture]From: cobrabay
2007-02-08 04:15 pm (UTC)
Lulled into over-confidence by your previous post I arrived at Bracknell station without the thermal underwear or the snow-shoes, only to find the shuttle bus from the station to my office was running late. I had to wait 10 looong minutes, exposed to the elements, with only the scant protection of the 5 metre deep overhang of the office building above Bracknell station forecourt to protect me from the incessantly falling fluffy flakes of snow.
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