16/03/2013

SNOW IN SUSSEX

 For those of you who missed the snow in Sussex last week, or don't get snow in your own countries, here are some photos taken last week.
BLIZZARD ON RACECOURSE HILL BRIGHTON
ROAD OVER THE DOWNS











THE ROAD IN FRONT OF MY SON'S HOUSE













THE GARDEN AT AROUND 4PM


THE GARDEN AT 9PM WHEN WE KNEW MY DAUGHTER HAD ALREADY BEEN STUCK ON THE A23 FOR FOUR HOURS.
AN EXTRA DAY OFF SCHOOL - YIPPEE!!




And some scenery to finish with.

this is how we like snow - here today, play tomorrow, gone the next!
















7 comments:

  1. Beautiful. Although I do feel sorry for everyone who got stuck.

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  2. I agree about liking snow best when it goes quickly. It looks pretty and can be fun but the novelty quickly wares off.

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  3. Wonderful photos. I loved the last one with the corkscrew tree's branches twisting through the snow.

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  4. We'd been into Brighton that day with my parents. Luckily we all got back to our respective houses in time before the roads went to pot! I would NOT have been a happy bunny. So sorry to hear you daughter was stuck on the A23. Totally miserable.

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  5. I heard about all the snow in Crawley. I'm in a different county now! We had no snow.

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  6. It was all quite a shock for us so how it must have been for you I don't know!

    By the way, re your comment on my blog, I can't see your name on the A to Z list but if you want to take part there's plenty of time to sign up :-)

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  7. I'm rather glad I was out of it - though we did have a little snow in Ubeda and it looked great on the distant Sierras.
    Not much fun landing back at Bristol, though. It took three attempts to get down.

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