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Spring  In England, After the Worst Winter Ever Recorded!

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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Mar 8, 2011 11:34 AM CST
I enjoyed that walk, Like here brass monkeys.
Name: Neil
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Mar 8, 2011 11:46 AM CST
Dear Muriel it was a bit cold out there! But I was pleased with some of my pictures.
As usual I got I am hungry from Sarah, as she was with me! Every time we go anywhere she is hungry. Why not have breakfast beforehand!

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Mar 8, 2011 12:05 PM CST
Takes after her Dad, he would do that, not have breakfast if going out, then gets hungry, part of the day out, was what I was told.
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Mar 9, 2011 2:28 PM CST
When John and I went to see his friend in Hampton, when we reached Waterloo East, it was coffee and something to eat on the train every time.
When Mandy/Sarah were little girls, they would go ever so quiet and white, that was a sure sign that it was drink and roll or cake, then they would be ready for anything.

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