Icicles are reaching from the gutters to the bottom of my window. It's an icesword! Pics later. They're in RAW and I don't have a RAW processor app on Windows :<
Heh and yea the BBC are really focussing on this right now. It's like no news at all happened today. Gordon Brown survived a coup, Jonathan Ross quit the Beeb but it's just "here's a lovely picture of a Robin in the snow AND ITS THE END OF THE WORLD"
I live in minnesota. Thats like, a layer of frosting. 10+ feet is when stuff starts getting hairy. Had some 22' snow drifts from the wind up in duluth a few years ago, found my truck by the ball of its antennae sticking just slightly above the surface of what used to be a parking lot, at one point
I live in the most southerly part of Cornwall, and even here we got a bit of snow.
By "a bit", I mean about 2 inches, but it was still enough for the police to start closing the roads - I had to walk 12 miles home on Tuesday night after badminton practice - got back about 3am
It's pathetic really - I lived in BC for a few years, and noone there would pay the slightest bit of attention to this much snow.
I'm nearly 21 and haven't seen as much snow as this (I'm up north of England). At least I don't remember as much snow as this anyway..
It was sort of fun at first - but now it's getting a little dangerous. I've nearly slipped on the pavements about ten times now - our council seems to grit the roads, but doesn't do anything about the pavements. It must be terrible for older people
Those are both cool. My snowmen always look lumpy and tumorous. That's probably because we always have to dig out the leaves and dirt clumps though. I never like to ruin the snow in my yard anyway. I should go use the snow in our neighbors' yards. BAHAHA, evil OMC.