Saturday, 23 March 2013

Drifting

Fellow flower Show Committee member Hannah ( she of the Woolley hat) has just sent me this photo of herself ( or her better half, its difficult to tell) from Trelawnyd's sister village of Llanasa
Hey ho!


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  1. Lol, it's Adam ;) He's 6 foot tall, just to give everyone a sense of scale!

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    1. Funny I was caught in drifts like those in Llanasa in 1982

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  2. Yeah....I feel now that you could come to Canada and endure our whiteness....what do you think!??

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    1. I know , our snow is nothing compared to yous.....I am being a baby

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  3. We are supposed to get 6-9 inches of snow, starting tomorrow, which totally sucks I might add.

    Cindy Bee

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  4. That's a lot of snow!!!!

    I am extremely grateful our climate is mild enough that we panic when the snow is measured in inches.

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    1. We are big girl's blouses x

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  5. hey ho indeed!!! where did the days go when I loved getting out in the cold and snow? enjoyed all your photos of this snow event :)

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  6. That's quite the snowfall you've had.

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  7. Nanook of the North (Wales).

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    1. Pocahontas of prestatyn

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  8. Dangerous place to stand, by the look of it.

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  9. We too, to be slammed tonight with 8 inches of snow. I have numerous farm animals to bed down and keep warm thru what we hope is the last of winter. Times like this I wish for the fireplaces you all are smart enough to keep in your homes. Stay warm John

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  10. ....wur all doomed! DOOMED!.....

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    1. Don't panic DON'T PANIC !

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  11. It seems the weather in England has gone to the extreme !
    Beautiful though if your fortunate enough to be snuggled inside :)
    ~Jo

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  12. Egads...
    It was bad enough when I thought it to be a pic of Hannah (shorter) vs Adam (6 ft)
    Egads indeed!

    Issy

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  13. It looks even worse than ours here John - eight inches and still snowing a bit as I write. Dogs hate it as their legs are not long enough.

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  14. A strange spring, indeed!

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  15. none here, dried the washing outside in the sun - greetings from cornwall

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  16. oooo...no flower action going on there... :o !

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  17. Oh. Wow. And similar exclamations of awe and wonder.

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  18. Sodding snow, I've just returned home (Midlands) from "your" hospital in Bangor . . . I sat with my Dad there for his last few days on Tegid Ward. He passed away Thursday night so I just made it home before the big snow. I'll be back there (weather permitting) on Wednesday. I must say we were more than satisfied with the level of care and communication. And kindness. It made all the difference.

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    1. So sorry x
      no my hospital ( I work in the central hospital)
      I am so glad they looked after you x

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  19. Ah yes, a fitting photo of the Welsh spring, rather like the English spring. It's so bad here that even Penny the Jack Russell dog has stopped bothering with her snow-ploughing duties.

    Snow, everywhere. If you get my drift.

    Stay warm, soon be um summer, the warmer part of the British winter.

    Gary

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  20. Roll on global warming.

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  21. Roll on global warming.

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  22. Roll on global warming.

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    1. Amen, amen, amen Richard x

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