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starbug2
Bernard wrote:
Monk wrote:Midlands will lose lol we just get excited when we see the snow, hardly ever get a good covering. Maximum amount of chaos for the minimum amout of snow!


You're just a soft Silhillian. ;)

Come out here in the sticks, we will be genuinely cut off by the morning. Looks like my decision to buy the Rangie will pay off.

Damn! just been out to it and the battery is flat. :-x

Will have to rob one of the other cars.

you can come and rescue me as looks bad out side..... fair to say i do hope that you both will be ok

Posted 04 Feb 2012, 22:37 #21 

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Dave
Zeb wrote:Pfff...Looks like a hard frost :D we had 4 inches yesterday... Think we should have a competition for the deepest snow picture taken near home this weekend...


Should have read this earlier. Just taken the Doods for a walk, and there were some pretty deep "mini drifts" (which I had to test of course!) some of which came up to my knees! :mrgreen:

Posted 05 Feb 2012, 12:45 #22 

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Dave
Here's one taken earlier, with the Doods exploring what has happened to their garden!

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Posted 05 Feb 2012, 12:54 #23 

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Zeb
Igloo now half built...photos to follow...yup Dave, some good drifts here too! We had about 6.5" with drifts up to 18"....well...it is a start..:D

Posted 05 Feb 2012, 12:54 #24 

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Zeb
As promised...

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Posted 05 Feb 2012, 20:53 #25 

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Jürgen
Impressive :thumbsup:
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Posted 05 Feb 2012, 21:13 #26 


carlpenn
Here is Walter the Tourer, at 9pm after being cleared totally of snow at 3.45pm !!!

We had snow from around 1pm non stop until after 9pm.

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Upgrades:

Fitted Electric Memory Seat, Leather Cubby Lid, Wood Dash, Message Centre.

Posted 05 Feb 2012, 23:23 #27 


PaulT
Zeb wrote:As promised...

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An igloo for the Western world - a high rise one :lol:
Paul

That apart Mrs Lincoln, did you enjoy the play

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Posted 06 Feb 2012, 08:32 #28 

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Samarkand
PaulT wrote:
An igloo for the Western world - a high rise one :lol:


Rather a squeezed one ;)
Nice job :)
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I miss you a lot Samarkand!

Posted 06 Feb 2012, 09:25 #29 

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SpongeBob
Cool! That looks very impressive :) :thumbsup:

Posted 06 Feb 2012, 09:53 #30 

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Bermudan 75
Hope you got planning permission :lol:
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Posted 06 Feb 2012, 09:58 #31 

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Zeb
Um....I would have liked to make it wider...but making the roof safe in a proper one might have been beyond my capabilities :) It is plenty big enough to seat 5 (small) people however...

Planning permission? By the time they make a decision it'll be gone..:D

Posted 06 Feb 2012, 11:33 #32 


Mad-Monkey
Very cool igloo! My snowman was never made :(

Posted 06 Feb 2012, 12:37 #33 

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geesmith
@Zeb, yay! a very sensible igloo solution. Any pics of it thawing? Time lapse?

Posted 06 Feb 2012, 16:09 #34 

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Zeb
geesmith wrote:@Zeb, yay! a very sensible igloo solution. Any pics of it thawing? Time lapse?


Sadly not! But, rather than simply collapse, the sides have bowed inwards to meet each other thus retaining it's height for now and a small cave....one could still get into it but I thought it wise to ban the kids from doing so!

Posted 06 Feb 2012, 16:21 #35 

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Jürgen
Zeb wrote:....one could still get into it but I thought it wise to ban the kids from doing so!

Received a visit of a health and safety official? :mrgreen:
:gmc:
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Posted 06 Feb 2012, 16:32 #36 

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Zeb
Jürgen wrote:
Zeb wrote:....one could still get into it but I thought it wise to ban the kids from doing so!

Received a visit of a health and safety official? :mrgreen:
:gmc:



Sort of.....the OH inspected it...:D

Posted 06 Feb 2012, 19:07 #37 


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