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Looks like you had the chainsaw out for that tree in the centre of pic.

 

Shane

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That's an Oak tree way over the back that got hit by lightning.  Great for me as you can see it used to take up a lot of my lower southern horizon :)

Greg

 

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Epic mate. My (newly found) sister lives in west sussex and has been sending me photos. I can't believe it. Wish I was over there. 

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On 3/3/2018 at 8:30 PM, Radar said:

Wish I was over there. 

Ray

When I was in the Norfolk County Constabulary, (1957 - 1968) standing outside the Norwich Gates at Sandringham House for 4 hours at a time and within the grounds,  surrounded by 6ft drifts of snow it was not amusing, especially when the Superintendent in Charge of Sandringham Division  (Lt Col  R B Mitchell) drove up in his heated car, winding the window down and saying ..."But think of the honour chap!"  I spent 9 Christmases and many other occasions at Sandringham House being one of the "honoured" chosen few. :) 

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On 19/03/2018 at 1:18 AM, scorpius said:

When I was in the Norfolk County Constabulary, (1957 - 1968) standing outside the Norwich Gates at Sandringham House for 4 hours at a time and within the grounds,  surrounded by 6ft drifts of snow it was not amusing, especially when the Superintendent in Charge of Sandringham Division  (Lt Col  R B Mitchell) drove up in his heated car, winding the window down and saying ..."But think of the honour chap!"  I spent 9 Christmases and many other occasions at Sandringham House being one of the "honoured" chosen few. :) 

Dave

 

 

My Dad was in the Metropolitan Mounted Police (K division) for about 30 years.

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Hey Greg it is spring there I imagine. Are you finding the winters and summers are starting later? That is what I think we are seeing in Australia. 

Ray

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As we had snow again just a couple of days back then yes seasons have shifted around 3-4 weeks later in the year.  This has bad effects on the wildlife (bird-nesting in particular).

Greg

 

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Same in Perth. Summers start later and finish later. Today was 38 celsius which is at the upper end for this time of year. Humidity is 74%. Your telescope will dew up from humidity, not dew. Lucky its cloudy (which is also extremely rare for this time of year). 

Ray

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On 21/03/2018 at 4:51 PM, Radar said:

Same in Perth. Summers start later and finish later. Today was 38 celsius which is at the upper end for this time of year. Humidity is 74%. Your telescope will dew up from humidity, not dew. Lucky its cloudy (which is also extremely rare for this time of year). 

Ray

What climate change?? :):):)

Greg

 

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