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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 11:45 
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Sorry, I meant ‘of this winter’ as someone says that pretty much every day through every winter.

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 11:48 
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Too cold? In Newcastle? Poppycock! If you see a Geordie in a coat, the heat death of the universe is imminent.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 11:49 
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Mimi wrote:
Just had my first instancecof someone telling me that it’ll be ‘too cold for snow’ when they travel to Newcastle next week.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 13:51 
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It was bloody cold watching the little one play rugby..

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 9:41 
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Christmas decorations up in Bradford.


No council decorations on yet around me.

There is a large house on my street that is a Montessori Nursery, thats got lights all over it. Schools start early though was at my sons Christmas Fayre yesterday.

Then in the next street over a couple of houses that go nuts with the decorations (the sort of thing that makes the local paper) have all theirs out.

Had another IP65 plug box put at the front of the house last week as my son wants to put lights up at the front of the house.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
PostPosted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 23:27 
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We have a big tree in town, no lights though yet, and lots of snow.

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
PostPosted: Sat Dec 02, 2017 13:15 
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The BBC's Christmas promo animation is rather lovely

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2017 21:01 
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Put my tree up at home yesterday :)

Didn't plan to, but had to bring out the decoration box from the attic so that I could put a load of unwanted toys in there behind them.

So my son spotted them and that was the end of waiting another week.

He was in the box again this morning telling me we needed to add more lights.

Still, so far he hasn't pulled it down or thrown any baubles against the wall so big improvement on last year


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Got all the decorations down from the loft over the weekend, and the house now looks lovely. However, whilst in the attic, I found that we have both mice and condensation. Booo!


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2ºC this morning.

This is my hand. I need to buy some gloves. I'm not much of a glove guy.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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Hours of snow tonight according to the local news. I won't mind if they're completely wrong.

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It's dark as midnight here and sleeting heavily.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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We have snow here... Enough to close my wife's school apparently.


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Sure is snowing here, yep.


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Meanwhile in Pyongchang, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/12 ... will-cold/
the wintergames will be too cold...

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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The kids school is closed but they announced it quite late. Too late for one mom it seems as I saw her walking down the road to school with her pushchair and 3 kids.

I would have said something out the window but this is the same mom who has let her dog shit in the street so you know.. I left her.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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No snow for me (Berkshire) car has a little ice on it this morning.

Current forcast is heavy rain at the weekend, but that could be snow.

Hope we get a bit of snow as I don't think we have had any since my son was born.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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Hardly any in Saltaire, more up the hill in Bradford, less in Batley.

Expecting metric fucktonnes on Sunday.

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Not exactly the hours of snow forecast, but it seems like there's more to come.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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Snow in the Shire this morning. Seems to have stopped for now.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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Snow in the Shire this morning. Seems to have stopped for now.

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
PostPosted: Fri Dec 08, 2017 10:19 
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The kids school is closed but they announced it quite late. Too late for one mom it seems as I saw her walking down the road to school with her pushchair and 3 kids.

I would have said something out the window but this is the same mom who has let her dog shit in the street so you know.. I left her.


Oh, you should have, not for her but for her kids. It’s not their fault and it’s bitter cold, and if it puts her in a foul mood and she’s not a nice person they’ll likely bear the brunt :(

Maybe she’ll step in her own dog’s snow-covered poo this morning and see the error of her ways.

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We had a few inches this morning (fnar fnar) and the local schools are closed.

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We had a few inches this morning (fnar fnar) and the local schools are closed.

Funny how that happens on a Friday...


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We had a few inches this morning (fnar fnar) and the local schools are closed.


It is deeper now... not stopped snowing.

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I’m heading to Shropshire tonight so am keen on seeing this exciting ‘snow’ thing people keep on talking about.

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I’m heading to Shropshire tonight so am keen on seeing this exciting ‘snow’ thing people keep on talking about.


we have lots..

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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We had a few inches this morning (fnar fnar) and the local schools are closed.


It is deeper now... not stopped snowing.

I've seen the pictures - it looks AMAZING! Not due back in Broseley til tomorrow AM - if we can get home 8)

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I’m heading to Shropshire tonight so am keen on seeing this exciting ‘snow’ thing people keep on talking about.

Drive safe. The roads are fucked.

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