We woke sometime after 9am to see that the Velux window was covered in snow. We breakfasted fairly quickly, but not as quickly as a lot of young families. By the time we got out there were lots of other people out and about at St Helen’s Wharf.
The snow had been falling until about 10 am and was still in the branches of trees.
There were quite a few people walking the Ock Valley Walk.
It was like Narnia (a winter wonderland). Beautiful.
Then round to Albert Park where the snow was less virginal. There were nearly as many snowmen as people.
I have tried to blur the faces so not nobody is too recognisable in these days of GDPR but it is a shame not to show a little bit of the fun.
Here are three snowmen with a snow dog. It looked more like a dog than the snowmen looked like people.
It was a chance to bring out those sledges even without the slopes.
Prince Albert who was featured in yesterday’s post would have recognized what was happening.
Walking home by Abingdon School we saw one snow man in the grounds.
Home again now, and the snow is already beginning to melt.