Spring at last?

Discussion in 'UK Touring' started by Jan Pendreigh, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. Jan Pendreigh

    Jan Pendreigh Read Only Funster

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    :BigGrin:Canterbury. After what seemed like endless winter (minus 10 one morning, all out with hairdriers thawing out pipes) today the snowdrops on the dog walk are glorious, the hawthorns are in leaf and men in shorts have been spotted on site. The beach at Margate was warm enough yesterday to walk without a full set of thermals, long may it last.

    Just be thankful Brown and his crew aren't in charge of the weather, about the only thing they aren't interfering with and can't tax:coolthumb:

    Enjoy your weekends

    Jan
     
  2. brianju

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    Yep, spring is here ! according to the cockerel at 3 o'clock in the morning :Eeek: at the farm cl we are staying at.
    We too have survived up to minus 10 temps, which makes the recent temps seem positively balmy ! Have noticed quite a lot of bumble bees recently and hope a cold snap doesn't kill them off :Sad:
    It's good to be close to nature - enjoy your weekends too Jan :Smile:

    Ju
     
  3. highwayman

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    Hi Jan
    Make the most of the beach, they're racing quads on-it next weekend. dunarf make paddling tricky :Eeek:


    regards...nige
     
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