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Great batalay 2010-01-19 20:31

Hello Dear Winifred,

Don't you love to study the patterns made in snow, here a shallow snow, but the trajectories so well delineated. I know that England has been suffering through an unusually cold spell, and I would have thought that Scotland would have been much colder than a few degrees below freezing.

Not to play on words, but 'warmest regards,'


Old 01-30-2010, 06:59 PM
windosil windosil is offline
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Dear Bulent,
Scotland is small but it has great variety - there were glens (valleys) in the Highlands where the temp fell to -18C while we, beside the North Sea, were just below freezing. Then we thawed while the snow stayed on the mountains. Now we are back to freezing again but no snow, and we don't like it much.
By the way, did you see Auldal's photo of 'Iced Cabbage' (about 3 miles inland)?
Warm greetings from a cool place!
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Old 01-31-2010, 06:18 PM
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I saw that photo and saved it as a favourite.
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