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Snow shoes for Sheffield

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Re: Snow shoes for Sheffield

Yeah I see what you mean adiewoo. They are a little prone to exaggeration down there Smiley Wink

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Re: Snow shoes for Sheffield

Just a bit of snow early this morning but then changed to rain and no sign of it now.......................so it is just wet with a damp dog!
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Re: Snow shoes for Sheffield

I another thread Sticky Mickie was talking about the speed traps on the A12 in Essex in the last couple of days
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Re: Snow shoes for Sheffield

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I knew Tongue (I got a D!)

Yes, but you happened to go to a university in Enfield, so I'd be rather surprised if you didn't know where it was. Tongue
Slightly more on topic, no snow down here in London all day... just lots of sunshine. Well, until the sun went down, of course.
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Re: Snow shoes for Sheffield

I actually studied Geography in a university in Enfield Cheesy
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All gone here now just as if it never was. All we need to watch out for now is a sub zero Friday morning Undecided

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Re: Snow shoes for Sheffield

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Yep, though it would be incredibly difficult - even for me - to get on the wrong train coming down, there's only 1 train in the station at that time of morning.  Grin
looking forward to picking a random train on the way home... Scotland anyone? Wink Wink

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