Snow!

This was the scene that greeted me when I looked outside this morning! Nothing to what folks in the USA get, of course. But considering that it used to be unusual to have any snow at all during the winter here in West Cumbria it’s still noteworthy.

I hope we don’t get any more, though. Apart from the hassle factor of slushy slippery pavements, a thick layer of snow on the roof won’t help my attic antennas to get out.

Julian Moss, G4ILO, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Cumbria, England. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “Snow!”

  • CHUCK , N4UED:

    I DONT THINK THE SNOW WILL BOTHER THOSE ANTENNAS . GLAD YOU GOT SOME SNOW . ITS NICE TO HAVE SOME AROUND CHRISTMAS .

  • Glenn DJ0IQ:

    Hi Julian,

    It is great to see you blogging again. A blessed Christmas to you and Olga.

    Glenn DJ0IQ and W9IQ

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