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    So who has snow this evening ?

    We keep getting it heavy but then it stops booo

    What about you ?

    Angel xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeldelight View Post
    So who has snow this evening ?

    We keep getting it heavy but then it stops booo

    What about you ?

    Angel xxx
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    Nope none here

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    Noooo! I hate the stuff I am really frightened of slipping after I hurt myself a few years ago ... I have new boots with non slip soles but I don't really want to try them out lol!!

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    Ive got rain

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    Nothing here in the East..
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah707 View Post
    Noooo! I hate the stuff I am really frightened of slipping after I hurt myself a few years ago ... I have new boots with non slip soles but I don't really want to try them out lol!!
    Just wanted to share that I bought some "YakTrax" for use in snow a couple of years ago and they are brilliant. I was even able to run in them pushing a long, front to back, fully laden double buggy through snow that was hard frozen near me, and while others were gingerly making their way along, I was positively flying! Plus, I could still keep them on my boots in places that had been treated, unlike the ones with the pins - I tried these and they were also brilliant on ice and snow, but I just couldn't deal with having to remove them before walking on gritted pavements, etc.

    Yaktrax Snow Grips

    Hope that helps! I thoroughly recommend them.

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    no snow here! don't want any until after the weekend!

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    I havr those too! I seem to slip on ice that is barely there regardless lf what shoes/trainers/walking boota I wear, with the yaktrax I don't even need to be careful and just keep them on my boots in this weather as can walk on normal ok ground. Didnt trust them at first but wouldn't be without them in this sort of weather though!
    No snow in surrey yet...hope we get some!

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    snowing here , quite thick and its laying too. Not looking forward to the mornings school run or the 20 mile round trip to collect another mindee. mum knows I wont do it if its dangerous on the roads but feel bad as its only his second week!

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    pppppppppppppppppppfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt

    is al I have to say.

    Stupid weathermen and their stupid reports
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    No snow here, tried to sleet on the school run yesterday afternoon. Too warm at 4c
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    Looks like it has stopped here now not enough for snowmen but enough to make the roads dangerous and the schoolrun a pain!!!

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    Our one day of snow forecasted, wasnt even cold when we woke up this morning and it rained instead :-(

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    We got some snow eventually this afternoon, but it was the rubbish sort that makes you cold and wet but doesn't settle so you can play.

    Too much for grown-ups.

    Not enough for children (....like me.)

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    Default Hope you were OK - personally, I wouldn't do that!!

    Quote Originally Posted by mama2three View Post
    Looks like it has stopped here now not enough for snowmen but enough to make the roads dangerous and the schoolrun a pain!!!
    Hope you were Ok today - personally, I wouldn't do that! (Shudder!!)

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    Default I saw your first post re. school run - really hope you were OK!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by mama2three View Post
    snowing here , quite thick and its laying too. Not looking forward to the mornings school run or the 20 mile round trip to collect another mindee. mum knows I wont do it if its dangerous on the roads but feel bad as its only his second week!
    Hope you were OK - I wouldn't risk a 20 mile round trip in snow - no way. (Thankfully we all walk to school, but in a car in the snow? NOOOOO!!)

 

 

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