A winter’s week

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Yeah thanks for posting regwac - lovely stuff!


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We are at 740 metres , two or three snowfalls a year is average but the last few years have been so dry we haven’t even had one . This was a heavy fall , only wet, cold slush now .
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What’s your place like Sno ?
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regwac wrote: August 5th, 2020, 5:39 pm What’s your place like Sno ?
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That is going to be an amazing landscape view when you can sit inside and stay warm .
We had some really nice dry snow ,would have been a great day skiing . Not enough to get the shovel out though , it looks like you had more than us.
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