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59 minutes ago, Woodworks said:

The higher parts of Dartmoor had a decent amount of snow. Sadly at the weekend, everyone wants to see it but there is simply not enough room if everyone parks on the road. Mountain biked offroad from home to avoid adding to the chaos. Pretty hard going and plenty of walking was involved.

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Should have dropped in for a cup of tea Beau! I went to North Heasary for a spot of sledging with the little one and was very surprised how little people were about- think they were all stuck at Peek hill by the sounds of it!

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4 minutes ago, Rough Hewn said:


That's a nasty case of grockles emoji12.pngemoji106.png

Yes, a very bad case. That picture is not mine and no way would I fancy navigating through that on a bike

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1 minute ago, Matthew Storrs said:

Should have dropped in for a cup of tea Beau! I went to North Heasary for a spot of sledging with the little one and was very surprised how little people were about- think they were all stuck at Peek hill by the sounds of it!

Could have Murdered a cup of tea but would have never wanted to get back on the bike afterward 😀. From the sounds of things, it was just madness on the roads on the moors today.  Hope the sledging was good

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For those of you under 30 these are milk bottles, a man used to come round in the early morning and leave these on the doorstep.

 

 

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20 minutes ago, eggsarascal said:

For those of you under 30 these are milk bottles, a man used to come round in the early morning and leave these on the doorstep.

 

 

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yes and that ice was on the inside of the window, i remember waking up when i was a kid and looking out the window to see if it had been snowing and having to rub the ice of before i could see, i have all ways said the man who invented double glazing was a genius, and how many times was your school shut due to snow when you was a kid,? mine i can remember once ,, 

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8 hours ago, spuddog0507 said:

yes and that ice was on the inside of the window, i remember waking up when i was a kid and looking out the window to see if it had been snowing and having to rub the ice of before i could see, i have all ways said the man who invented double glazing was a genius, and how many times was your school shut due to snow when you was a kid,? mine i can remember once ,, 

We used ti lick road clean wid tongue....... 

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We used ti lick road clean wid tongue....... 

Used to get up two hours before bedtime...
Father would flog us wi broken glass...
And we were the lucky ones...
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