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halfpenny

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The top of a rabbit run, a couple of days into the snow ( a dog food tin for perspective).
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a few days later, it was 19" deep, it was 2ft in the field at this point.
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a manmade lake beside us- it is now covered in snow and totally frozen-
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some spectacular icicles- some were 4 1/2 ft-
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the back road to our house.
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the main A96, although it is a lote better today, we have had a bit of a thaw!:D
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Those are some impressive icicles you might want to knock some of them off though as they can damage guttering. I have never seen as much snow as we have had this year.
 

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Thanks, but most of the guttering has been broken by the weight of the snow- a riding stable and another rescue have each had a barn collapse, and we have had avalanches of snow falling of the roofs today because there is a thaw. We have been so busy just feeding and watering the animals ( and working) that anything else has just been left.:red
 
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My goodness, where is Scotland are you? I am in Glasgow and we have had enough to close roads but not crazy amounts. Now the pavements are just sheet ice!
 

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Great photos, i hope it doesn't give you too much hassle xx
 

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WOW - those icicles could be straight from the Alps!
 
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