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Registered: ‎26-03-2014

Re: Snow, yes or no?

Yes please!
I appreciate the impact that it has on most, and that it is negative, however with a young child it is great fun to get out and play in it.

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Re: Snow, yes or no?


@gmarkj wrote:
Yes please!
I appreciate the impact that it has on most, and that it is negative, however with a young child it is great fun to get out and play in it.

I remember those days with fondness @gmarkj . We live in a cul de sac and whilst the snow was turning dirty and slushy elsewhere, ours remained pristine for days. Snowmen lasted and great fun seeing who could do the best snow angel...snowflake

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Registered: ‎23-07-2014

Re: Snow, yes or no?

I don't like snow as I really really don't like cold weather. I'd enjoy snow if it was possible to have it during summer for max 1 week, and it wouldn't be cold to the touch. nerd nerd nerd 

 

Sometimes I do think it looks very pretty (when I don't have to be in it), especially in the countryside or forest, with clear sky early in the day when it's light outside. The snow is undisturbed, or with some bird/animal footprints. Smiley Happy Snowy trees can look really nice too.

 

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But having said that, it's a 'no' for me overall. Smiley Tongue

 

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Registered: ‎11-07-2012

Re: Snow, yes or no?

I do like snow, but it's horrible getting to work when we have loads of it.  I walk or cycle (always walk when it snows).  Was a mission getting to work a couple of years back when we had loads of snow.

 

This country can't cope with anything other than overcast dull weather LOL

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