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Snow at Landrick in April

Just when we thought that the snow had gone, there was a fresh dump in March, which lay on the ground here for longer than most people could believe. For all the hot air talked about global warming, the issue is climate change and to what extent human activity is causing it. We narrowly escaped having to refit the chains to the car, but our garden project which began last November (and was suspended because of the weather) still hasn't resumed.

Here is the view west from our kitchen window, with Bramble, who gets frisky whenever there's white stuff, heading off in the distance:


And here is the view west across Threat Moor, both shots take at lunchtime on 1 April 2010, no fooling, honest:



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