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Hi I am Jo…wife, lover, best friend and soulmate to Keith. Lover of all things to do with nature and the canals. I am passionate about the Waterways and its history.


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Monday, 14 January 2013

First Snow.

We were awake at 4.30 am, why I have no idea, maybe we sensed that the snow fairy had been.

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Ok I admit it I am like an excited child when it comes to snow and so I just had to open the back cabin doors to see if we had snow as forecast and yayyyy we did indeed and it was still snowing at 4.30 am. Due to the hour I did not get dressed and head out into the snow, but I did make us a both a cup of tea which we drank in bed before settling down again beneath the duvet. I then woke again at 8 am and it was definitely time to get up and out into the snow.

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The view from our galley doors. Marmite peeked out, but soon turned around and returned to the fireside.

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The boat looked splendid covered with a dusting of snow, as Paddy and I set off for our walk at 8.15 am. We walked to the Pocket Park.

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Even the bench was pleased to see the snow.

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The Daffodils must have got quite a shock.

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It was very picturesque walking through the park, the only thing that spoilt it was the traffic driving past at speed. Even thought the road has been gritted, cars should really have been slowing down and driving for the conditions.

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