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Jago

Minus 2 possibly 3 in the good old south tonight!

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Jago

So minus 2/3 tonight - should I take my pole and hose inside and pop the heater in van?

Or not cold enough? 

Any thoughts welcomed 👍

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Incheck

Poles & hoses!! Thanks for reminder!!


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Nicky

Switch your oil filled rad on in th3 back of the van

 

 

 

 

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Tuffers

I've left myself a note on the stairs for when I go to bed. "Heater in van"

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Jago

Yep it's a chilly one - I found my chin was freezing today at work 😂

Be prepared!

cornwall is forecast snow I hear but says Thursday for us here in South Oxfordshire 

:1f44d:

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albootyerbaws
20 hours ago, Jago said:

So minus 2/3 tonight - should I take my pole and hose inside and pop the heater in van?

Or not cold enough? 

Any thoughts welcomed 👍

T shirt weather.

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Dave B

-2 at 9am tomorrow here

Oh well I may even have to put my gloves on

I would rather be cleaning already clean windows in this cold than scrubbing dried on mess off in the hot summer

It's only a bit of cold and everyone panics

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steve garwood
On 05/02/2018 at 19:55, Tuffers said:

I've left myself a note on the stairs for when I go to bed. "Heater in van"

That’s exactly what I’ve done 👍

Got my aquarium heater in the tank as well 

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Pjj

Just been out to the van it’s -2 frozen solid on the outside with half inch of hail all over  and I live in warm sunny Cornwall very unusual 

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steve garwood
2 minutes ago, Pjj said:

Just been out to the van it’s -2 frozen solid on the outside with half inch of hail all over  and I live in warm sunny Cornwall very unusual 

Warm and sunny Cornwall? 😂 My dad lives in perranporth and the first thing I pack when visiting is my wellies 😜

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paul alan
  • 3KW Immersion plugged in and set for 8 hours, the back of the van will be warm and toasty.

nice supple hoses to warm my hands too.

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Pjj
5 minutes ago, steve garwood said:

Warm and sunny Cornwall? 😂 My dad lives in perranporth and the first thing I pack when visiting is my wellies 😜

 

 

 

Lol Ime in Helston about 20 miles away you certainly need the welly’s at the moment 

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adamangler

Pumps and hoses run dry. D.I,  Reel and poles into porch. That should be sufficient  might be a later start tomorrow never mind.

 

Much rather be cold than wind and bloody rain.

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Clisty1989

Car says -2.5 just now, lows of -6 tonight! Coldest time of night around 4 so it's feasible. Not seen a gritter yet though :delusional:

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Pjj
3 hours ago, Tuffers said:

Water freezing on the glass in shaded gardens until mid morning today 👎

 

 

Not with hot 😂😂😂😂😂

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Jago
On 6 February 2018 at 16:09, Dave B said:

-2 at 9am tomorrow here

Oh well I may even have to put my gloves on

I would rather be cleaning already clean windows in this cold than scrubbing dried on mess off in the hot summer

It's only a bit of cold and everyone panics

I'm near RAF Benson which is supposedly the coldest place in England...

Working in the cold, snow, rain doesn't worry me - I do it all.

I just am struggling with hoses and RO in shed freezing up etc and slowing me down.

I'm sure someone on here said not to worry at minus 2 but that's not the case.

Oil rad in back of van but that's the best I can do for now :1f644:

 

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steve garwood
1 hour ago, Pjj said:

 

 

Not with hot 😂😂😂😂😂

Yeh I had my water heater on today. I only use it when the weather is icy and to be handling soft, warm hoses is so much easier when it comes to reeling in and out. And of course, lovely on the hands

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