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wait for the morning Plymouth completely at a stand still, when they wake up to white stuff everywhere. Work today reiterated the phone number to call to see if the site is open in bad weather ?
Drove in this morning as I left my area of town, no snow, came down quite heavy where I live, view out of window over to Kernow is clear green fields, people asked where I lived as my car roof was covered in snow, how bazaar the weather can be?
Few years ago I drove from Guzz to Farnborough in the snow, when I got into the office it was empty, all the Farnborough locals had declared themselves snowed in WTF I thought, retired to hotel swimming pool and sauna?
A number of years ago I drove from Fife across to Faslavatory through snow and blizzards. When I got into the office it was nearly empty. Apparently the snowflakes living in Helensburgh and Dumbarton were snowed in! Cue a rapid exit from yours truly to go back home. If they could not be arsed from a few miles away, why the fek should I stay there??
Saying that, I am "working" from home today as its quite bad in Dundee and my car is stuck down at the bottom of my road. We never ever get a gritter up our road.
Blue skies and sunshine in Dorset, grandson managed to come off of his M/cycle last night, to be fair to him the roads were like glass at -4. To his credit (fool hardyness?) he got back on and continue his journey home. Mrs j wasn't amused when I asked if the bike was OK and as an afterthought asked if he had any injuries, I was then dispatched to find him and follow him home, luckily there weren't many bikes on the road.