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Originally posted by Britguy
reply to post by LittleBlackEagle
The Robins here are native and remain all year round. I take a large amount of food out with me on the weekend walks so they are always well fed. In fact, they are quite bold wee things and will often fly down and sit right in front of me chirping while I get the food out. I have even had them perched on my fingertips eating from my hand, which certainly keeps a grin on my face for the rest of the day.
UK running out of grit
all the schools will be closed
The UK has a history of not being prepared for this kind of weather
Originally posted by caitlinfae
It's been so mild here, it's just not right. I read online the that it was 14 degrees on the summit of Cairngorm two days ago...*during the night!!* We generally don't get August daytime temperature like that.
Some of you may remember seeing this NASA image of the entire UK covered in snow...something quite unusual.
Very true. Maybe the lack of cold frosty weather is why many people have fallen ill the last month with various illnesses
Originally posted by Meldionne1
On a good note... Severely cold weather kills alot of germs and bacteria!