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The first snowy day of 2017

Friday, December 1st, 2017

So this is the first snowy day of 2017, the snow fell yesterday, and didn’t stop, and fell overnight…

Out just before dawn with the drone, as the sun rose - got to keep up those flying hours…

Snowy Morning at 350 feet

Snowy Morning at 350 feet

Snowy day looking towards the Yorkshire Wolds

Snowy day looking North towards the Yorkshire Wolds

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Ready for the snow!

Monday, November 4th, 2013

To help carry the shopping back from Pocklington this winter, I’ve purchased….

I just hope it snows, so Lindsey and I can go sledging this Christmas.

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Frozen Palm Prints on Glass

Sunday, January 20th, 2013

And January 2013, brings us cold weather and snow again.

It’s been so cold this last week, the temperature one evening dropped to -12 deg C.

The condensation inside the porch, all froze overnight. and after touching the inside windows for several seconds revealed these photographs!

Lindsey's Palm Print

Lindsey's Palm Print

Andy's Hand Prints

Andy's Hand Prints

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February 2012 Snow

Sunday, February 5th, 2012

Whilst I sat at my computer yesterday for over 20 hours investigating broadband and andysworld! fault it snowed! I had not noticed until turning my back and looking out of the window!

A few snaps….

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Last post of 2010 - Happy New Year 2011

Friday, December 31st, 2010

This will be my last post of 2010, and to all readers a Happy New Year 2011, a may it be a Prosperous One!

It’s been the coldest December in North Yorkshire since 1840, ball cock froze, drain pipe froze, pipes froze, and the ground is just starting to thaw, after tomorrow I think all the snow may have gone, that fell in late November 2010.

Here are a collection of photographs taken in December 2010, to remind us of those cold dark days

All the best for 2011 - Folks…

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A few Wintery Pictures from North Yorkshire

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

We didn’t have much snow last night, so it remains the same at about 2-3 feet in places. But it’s still very cold, and I believe colder tonight.


Yes, these are our Holly Tree’s!


and this is on our Pear Tree!

Lindsey and I went for a walk today, to check how bad the roads were, but it was cut short, when a blizzard arrived and it was bitter cold. Later in the afternoon, I thought it was about time to check the cars over, and remove the 2 feet worth of snow which has covered them for over a week and start them up, but it wasn’t such a good idea, there was not enough space on the driveway for all the snow I’d brushed off the cars, and when trying to move my car out into the road, I got stuck in the snow, moving it back onto the drive and had to dig the snow off the driver to get my car back on, as the car was sliding and wheels were spinning!

anyway here are some nice Wintery Pictures from North Yorkshire … Keep warm..

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Still snowing…

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

It’s still snowing here, the snow falls hit the North East of the UK again last night, and it snowed non-stop this morning for four hours from 8am - 12 noon (I watched it!).

It’s still snowing now, and we’ve got about 2 feet of snow in the garden now. I’ll get some snowy pictures tomorrow.

The roads must be bad because we didn’t see the Postman today! I’m glad I’ve booked my Online Shopping delivery for Christmas Day! (it could be weeks before we drive the cars again).

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Snow in November 2010

Sunday, November 28th, 2010

Snow has certainly come early this year to the Hamlet.

It started snowing on Wednesday 24th November 2010 and its not stopped, it’s a good job that the groceries were delivered today! It’s not looking likely that the snow will stop before the end of the week. So the car’s going no-where.

Here’s a little video clip of the snow covered garden. (Available in HD also!)

The birds in the background have not been added to the video track, thats the number of birds feeding in the garden, if you look towards the end of the garden. Don’t forget to feed the birds this winter!

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