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Spring  In England, After the Worst Winter Ever Recorded!

By NEILMUIR1
March 8, 2011

After untold snow and ice, winter finally left and we had nearly two weeks of mild weather. Then the cold winds started and rain with it for what seems an age now. Unable to go out and do anything. I vowed that the first dry day we have, I would go out and get some pictures. That day was today and it was surprising to say the least. Snowdrops, still out with Magnolia, are just about to go into full flower. What a strange spring!

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Name: Leon
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TBGDN
Mar 8, 2011 7:41 AM CST
Very nice walk through the park. The photos are indeed a welcome sight. Thank you Neil!
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NEILMUIR1
Mar 8, 2011 7:45 AM CST
Dear Leon, I am glad you enjoyed it as it was cold taking the photos!
Regards from a now sunny England!
Neil.

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