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Water flowing underground
same as it ever was
The Longest Night 
21st-Dec-2006 09:14 am
knitting sketch



It's the Winter Solstice, the Longest Night of the year, when there's plenty of dark hours for snuggling up warm and viewing the contributions (including mine) to


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Or, you could use the time to do a spot of last minute shopping.
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We may have a White Christmaas aftere all, just look at how hard the frost was a couple of days ago.





Both those webs were on one of our big wheelie bins. I never realised how large the webs were until they were covered in hoar frost
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21st-Dec-2006 11:21 am (UTC)
We're having a thunderstorm today and temperatures in the low 50s. Meanwhile Denver is being buried under snow, this is one crazy weather year.

Those are very impressive webs.
22nd-Dec-2006 09:02 pm (UTC)
Latest research from Columbia University is that we're heading for the next ice-age .

The webs are always that size but we don't notice them until something like the frost makes them stand out.

21st-Dec-2006 06:50 pm (UTC)
Dear Hesadevvil,

Thank you for the real teeth from the hog father, I am taking them to school to show my freinds:-) if you look at this side ways its a face with a smile.

Love from Ben who you posted the teeth to.
21st-Dec-2006 07:09 pm (UTC)
Thank you.

I'm pleased the teeth arrived in time for Hogswatch.

:)

21st-Dec-2006 09:29 pm (UTC)
It's warmer now, but it's still bloody freezing!

I want to read the story now, but this is the last day I can work on the calendar. I will be back!
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