walking in the snow

Pete in his Swedish hat
Originally uploaded by ramtops

We had some serious snow overnight, and it kept on coming down, so at 7.50 we donned walking boots, warm jackets and silly hats (and a stout stick, in my case) and set off for a walk. We don’t often see this sort of weather in Long Ashton (BS41).

We went round Dawsons Walk, about – oh, 3/4 mile, I suppose, through the woods. It was lovely, although the snow was coming down sideways across the level ground before the wood.

We stopped at the baker on the way back for a hot pasty, which was a very good idea. Ron thought so to, and so had to be fought off.

One thought on “walking in the snow”

  1. Ah ha, if Woking gets more snow today, a reason for me to dig out the box with my old silly skiing hat from manylots years ago!
    I’d not thought of it for earlier, having now got a Sensible thinsulate boncewarmer. Though where I’ve hidden the matching thinsulate warm gloves is a mystery. They were *here* (points at space in drawer), I’m sure…

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