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Old 24 January 2007, 02:48   #1
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Let it snow

Well winter has got to London this year, lots of snow around this morning in the Kingston area we dont get to much here. Local kids were out playing in it at 6 this morning
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Old 24 January 2007, 03:37   #2
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Hi, long time no hear.

I was out playing in the snow with my kids this morning before coming to work.

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Old 24 January 2007, 03:51   #3
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I was out playing in the snow with my kids this morning before coming to work.
Fool.
I let Natasha go out by herself!
Would have been better if she had closed the back door after her.

How much did you get up there in the dizzy heights of Hampshire?
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Hi.

You spoilsport, who did she get to throw snowballs at then?

About an inch and a half in Clanfield, I hear you had a lot more.

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Old 24 January 2007, 06:49   #5
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You spoilsport, who did she get to throw snowballs at then?
Me. But luckily the kitchen window was in the way.

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About an inch and a half in Clanfield, I hear you had a lot more.Nasher.
Only about 1" here.
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Old 24 January 2007, 06:52   #6
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Hi, long time no hear.

I was out playing in the snow with my kids this morning before coming to work.

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You are such a good Dad that was beyond me at 7 this morning i said i would thke them out this evening but the way it is going now there wont be any left still it was enough for the local car body shops to to be running all the way to the bank
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Hi Neal

You may be in luck this evening.

See whats coming here:-
http://www.meteox.co.uk/h.aspx?r=hol...t=loop3uur&URL
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Thanks Mark that a nice site. Just spoke to a customer in Croydon and thay still have lots there and looks like more on the way. We dont get to see that much here so it nice for the kids, they have got a new sledge thats been waiting to be used for about 3 or 4 years.
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They have gotta be mad

Two swimmers off for a dip this morning!!!!
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Me thinks the lads are in for some nasty shrinkage!
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