Feckin' Weather


#741

Not long in from sledging with the kids- fantastic :+1:

Second day out, but the snow on all the good hills is worn down to the grass (through the grass to the mud actually :stuck_out_tongue: ) so doubt we’ll be able to go again tomorrow


#742

Completely clear here today. I guess I have no excuse to not go to work now :rage:


#743

Thaw here too… Really hope the trains are running properly on Monday, I have loads to do.


#744

I want it clear everywhere!
Am in Birmingham and Sunderland next week :face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#745

Bugger all up here, just a bit chilly, meh.


#746

Still plenty of snow here - crunched back through it along the (partially-frozen) river bank from a post-pub-drink at our friends’ place just now, rather beautiful, but this evening’s snow has turned to light drizzle and I suspect a thaw is afoot…


#747

I used to work around the corner from a BMW repair centre, not once did we ever spot one Beemer with any other panels damaged other than the front smashed in, either that or they had been rolled…funny that isn’t it?


#748

Got to take the dogs for a walk in thick fog, wet snow and soft ground. Great!


#749

snow fucked off yesterday here - dry and bright today :heart_eyes:


#750

Snow about, slowly melting away, fog and mist…


#751

Floods to follow…


#752

Building Ark out of old bed wood as we speak…


#753

Two by two animals means you need another dog.


#754

Oh god, don’t tell Donna!


#755

Yep, she’ll be pissed off - you noah well


#756

I’m just thinking of all the different breeds of bloody horses…


#757

It’s not that important, they all taste the same…:grin:


#758

Sadly the extreme weather has produced some casualties


#759

:sob:


#760

quite a few of the lobsters were still alive and were collected by local fisherman, who revived them in sea water tanks and returned them to the sea. But yes a sad and devastating sight, mother nature at work though.