Drago's snow watch alert stand by readiness defcon 1 action stations code red reporting photo thread

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by Drago, 9 Dec 2017.

  1. Mugshot

    Mugshot Guru

    Aren't they designed to allow you to keep grinding on rather than acting like you're at a Brands Hatch track day though?
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  2. Smeggers II

    Smeggers II Legendary Member

    To be fair, its the only day they've had in 4 odd years to justify their ridiculous purchasing decision.
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  3. cyberknight

    cyberknight Legendary Member

    South Derbyshire
    Our place expects you to turn up on time , we are only making cars FFS.Last night they reduced the target build as the lorries taking them away couldn't get off the yard.
    Fun thing is tonight we could get up to 2 hours overtime to catch the "inventory " back.
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  4. Smeggers II

    Smeggers II Legendary Member

    Ive not been in for two days now, not my fault but due to lilly livered work shy teachers. Still, hes got to level 24 on Call of Duty, so alls not lost.
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  5. BoldonLad

    BoldonLad Über Member

    South Tyneside
    Dangerous ground... ;) But, of my four daughters and the two grand-daughters who are old enough to work, only two, have not made it to work, on ANY of the days it has snowed. Yes......... they are both Teachers..... coincidence of course.......
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  6. Smeggers II

    Smeggers II Legendary Member

    My father, my sister, her husband, my younger sister, her husband, my youngest daughter in about 2 years time......

    All teachers :blush:
  7. screenman

    screenman Legendary Member

    Not the teachers who call the shots on this one, by why not have a go at them as many people seem to nowadays.
  8. Mugshot

    Mugshot Guru

    My wife is a carer and in my opinion acted like a true hero last night doing her best to get through to as many of her patients as she could, who all seem to live in the back end of beyond down little country lanes. Unfortunately she got stuck on the final steepest section of the final hill before she got home. My son and I walked down there, about 1.5miles, did a bit of digging put the chains on and we all got home safe and sound just gone midnight. There were a few people putting their numbers out offering to help with their 4x4s, which is kind of nice of them in a way although I would suspect there was a fair dose of machismo involved too. I'm not sure I'd be too comfortable getting towed anywhere by some of them.
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  9. dickyknees

    dickyknees Veteran

    The storm force north easterly wind last night has utterly devastated Holyhead Marina.

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  10. Colin_P

    Colin_P Veteran

    I successfully drove to Waitrose and back in the snow for quinoa.

    Actually, nipped to the co-op to top up on bacon. (the co-ops extra fine dry cured streaky / 2 for £5 is lush and cooks without that white snot like stuff that comes out of the cheap stuff). I bought loads of baked beans and bread (which is in the freezer) last week when this lot was first forecast.

    The trick with panic buying is to do it before everyone else panics, otherwise all that is left are "value" baked beans and obscure pumpernickle bread or other equally vile stuff that is no use to man nor beast for making bacon sandwiches.
  11. raleighnut

    raleighnut Guru

    On 3 Wheels
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  12. hopless500

    hopless500 Trundling along

    I had some briefly do that - they pulled pretty quick once they realised I was sliding all over the place.
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  13. screenman

    screenman Legendary Member

    Popped into the post office today, walked up as the roads and paths are very poor, in the few minutes we were in there 3 persons phoned in to ask why their papers had not yet arrived. What planet are these moaners on.
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  14. OP

    Drago Guru

    Walked a mile or so out the village walking the dog before last light. In all we have had maybe a foot or 14" or sonin this part of Poshshire, but the drifts are 4 or 5 feet deep. We got it pretty mild compared to parts of Scotland and the Sarf West, but its bad enough.
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  15. YukonBoy

    YukonBoy Veteran

    Wore the long shorts today.
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