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    We woke up to snow! Thankfully, as the sun came out, it's all melted now... Not really interested in snow, after February!

    Marco.

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    The gusty wind here is ridiculous. Some of the blasts are as strong as I've experienced.

    The heavy wendy house in the garden has been shifted off its base and that's not happened in the ten years it's been there. There are bits of tree all over the park, fences are down and wheelie bins scattered down the road! Bet there are a few sheds missing roofs now.
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    Alternating here between torrential rain and bright sunshine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    We woke up to snow! Thankfully, as the sun came out, it's all melted now... Not really interested in snow, after February!

    Marco.
    Definitely don't want snow here.

    At the house where I'm working, they let the dog shit on the patio and aren't too fussed about picking it up. Snow would just hide it. I've already been caught out by one, which I then walked up every step of my ladders. That dog is a proper turd factory, but hardly surprising as it eats constantly and is fat as a fool.

    So I'm now the self-appointed cack warden, doing a patrol each morning before I start. Wouldn't mind the weather being a bit colder, that would make picking up less messy. Some of them look like chicken korma
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    Ha Ha. I've just been out in the garden to do the daily 'decrap'!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Definitely don't want snow here.

    At the house where I'm working, they let the dog shit on the patio and aren't too fussed about picking it up. Snow would just hide it. I've already been caught out by one, which I then walked up every step of my ladders. That dog is a proper turd factory, but hardly surprising as it eats constantly and is fat as a fool.

    So I'm now the self-appointed cack warden, doing a patrol each morning before I start. Wouldn't mind the weather being a bit colder, that would make picking up less messy. Some of them look like chicken korma
    Awesome - and those babies are the best ones for freezing into lollies! Before doing that though, separate the coagulated jelly on top, and use it later as a 'fruit syrup' to pour on top

    From your new avvy, it looks like you've been enjoying a few!

    Marco.

    P.S you work for some right filthy bassas....

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Ha Ha. I've just been out in the garden to do the daily 'decrap'!
    I guess it's good for the soil!

    Marco.

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    Horrible Horrible weather today! Its done my head in. Blowing a gale with a wind chill factor that makes it feel a lot colder.

    Couldnt do anymore shopping in this....blowing everything away. If you could find some shelter the suns rays are quite nice but theres a bloody arctic gale blowing my head off. 7 degrees but feels like bloody 2

    Glad to be back indoors

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    Snowing here


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    Quote Originally Posted by Minstrel SE View Post
    Horrible Horrible weather today! Its done my head in. Blowing a gale with a wind chill factor that makes it feel a lot colder.

    Couldnt do anymore shopping in this....blowing everything away. If you could find some shelter the suns rays are quite nice but theres a bloody arctic gale blowing my head off. 7 degrees but feels like bloody 2

    Glad to be back indoors
    Yup, perfect day for staying at home and snuggling up in front of a roaring log fire, sipping something nice and listening to some choons, which is what I've been doing!

    Marco.

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