30th January 2015 There was a dusting of snow on the tram works this morning. It made it look almost pretty
Snowy fun at Highfield’s Park, a photo by rutty on Flickr. Well, the snow is now all gone, but we managed to have some fun in it while it was still here. Jo, Ruby and I took a trip down to the Nottingham University campus at Highfield’s Park on Saturday
Snow henchman, a photo by rutty on Flickr. I had a lot of fun at Butlins this weekend, but the most fun of all was making this (somewhat evil-looking) snowman with my daughter.
France’s anti-piracy goon squad pirates the font in its logo Boing Boing Hapodi, the French agency that’s in charge of the country’s new anti-piracy scheme (if someone you live with is accused of three acts of infringement, your whole household is taken offline and added to a list of address
Speed, originally uploaded by rutty. 13/365 This was the view out of the passenger window while driving to work today. Even though the snow in Beeston is nearly all gone there’s still quite a bit to see along the side of the M1. I’m sure it’s not going to last
Footprints in the snow, originally uploaded by rutty. 11/365 So, who got the Snowmegedon? Because it wasn’t me. We waited all day on Sunday for the delivery of several feet of forecasted snow (perhaps a slight exaggeration) but all we got was some wet sleet and a slight thaw. Rubbish
5/365 I work near Coventry and for some reason it always misses out on the worst of the snowfall. At least, it has for the last few years. This winter, while large parts of the UK having been buried under literally millimetres of snow, Coventry has hardly seen a flake.
Winter is finally here. For the first time in years Nottingham has had a decent delivery of snow along with much of the UK. Heavy snow has fallen across large parts of the UK, disrupting travel and closing thousands of schools. South-east England has the worst snow it has seen