I need to move to where the climate suits my clothes.
I need to move where the climate suits my clothes.
If you live in the New England/ Mid-Atlantic region, don’t bother looking at the Weather Channel, here is everything you need to know.
In a response to Walt’s story of A Scottish Winter, I present further evidence that it is a difficult winter in Great Britain this year.
Pity the poor blokes who have found themselves trapped inside a bar for the past week.
Seven people have been trapped inside a pub for nine days after the building was engulfed by 16ft snow drifts.
The five staff and two local residents have enjoyed the ultimate lock-in at The Lion Inn in Blakey Ridge, Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire.
They have been cut off since last Friday when heavy snow blocked the windows and doors of the isolated Lion – the fourth-highest pub in England – and made surrounding roads too treacherous for any vehicles to pass.
Now I understand that perhaps being trapped inside a pub is not your idea of a bad time, but things don’t always go as planned. Also, according to the story, this sort of thing at this particular pub is actually rather common, so hopefully they have plenty of supplies on hand.