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Our winters, like our summers, seem to
be getting warmer by the year, despite
the long-term prediction, some years ago,
of the British Isles getting colder as a
result of global warming cutting off the
Gulf Stream. This does so much to keep
our western extremities warm and wet,
but I can still remember some ferocious
winters from my childhood, particularly
1962-3, when the snow was taller than I
was. This picture was taken during one of
the last periods of snow that I can remember - some four or five years ago. It didn't
last, and quickly turned to slush. With the ice-caps melting and the seas rising, I'm glad I
won't be around in fifty years time should the world's governments and big business
continue to default on doing something about the destruction of our planet and its
inhabitants. But in the meantime, a little snow does look pretty now and then.
Our winters, like our summers, seem to be getting warmer by the year, despite the long-term prediction, some years ago, of the British Isles
getting colder as a result of global warming cutting off the Gulf Stream. This does so much to keep our western extremities warm and wet, but
I can still remember some ferocious winters from my childhood, particularly 1962-3, when the snow was taller than I was. This picture was
taken during one of the last periods of snow that I can remember - some four or five years ago. It didn't last, and quickly turned to slush. With
the ice-caps melting and the seas rising, I'm glad I won't be around in fifty years time should the world's governments and big business
continue to default on doing something about the destruction of our planet and its inhabitants. But in the meantime, a little snow does look
pretty now and then.
Our winters, like our summers, seem to be
getting warmer by the year, despite the
long-term prediction, some years ago, of the
British Isles getting colder as a result of global
warming cutting off the Gulf Stream. This does
so much to keep our western extremities warm
and wet, but I can still remember some
ferocious winters from my childhood,
particularly 1962-3, when the snow was taller
than I was. This picture was taken during one of
the last periods of snow that I can remember -
some four or five years ago. It didn't last, and quickly turned to slush. With the ice-caps
melting and the seas rising, I'm glad I won't be around in fifty years time should the world's
governments and big business continue to default on doing something about the
destruction of our planet and its inhabitants. But in the meantime, a little snow does look
pretty now and then.

Waiting for Spring

Two available on discount page (no.'s 490, 491)
Our winters, like our summers, seem to be getting warmer by the year, despite the long-term prediction, some years ago, of the British Isles getting colder as a result of global warming cutting off the Gulf Stream. This does so much to keep our western extremities warm and wet, but I can still remember some ferocious winters from my childhood, particularly 1962-3, when the snow was taller than I was. This picture was taken during one of the last periods of snow that I can remember - some four or five years ago. It didn't last, and quickly turned to slush. With the ice-caps melting and the seas rising, I'm glad I won't be around in fifty years time should the world's governments and big business continue to default on doing something about the destruction of our planet and its inhabitants. But in the meantime, a little snow does look pretty now and then.     
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