By a County Press reporter
Friday, February 8, 2013
UPDATED FRIDAY 11:53
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by Dave Coombs
9th February 2013, at 11:38:58
Hmm, re .the epic snowstorm we had a few weeks ago. Every school on the island closed, however I managed to skilfully negotiate my car though almost half an inch of sludge, so bad, it put almost a minute on my journey time, and heroically made it in to work, as all my colleagues did. Still, landlords did well out out of it.
by Russell Palin
9th February 2013, at 10:18:15
I lived in the Peak District National Park in 1975, it snowed in June that year, 6 inches, I had to walk to school aged 10, three miles, it was open when I got there.We are becoming soft as a nation. My god a 16 year old boy could not even knock a nail in a piece of wood with a hammer at my friends work the other week.
8th February 2013, at 22:58:43
Apologies of course to all teachers I offended, before I get lynched, I couldn't stop myself from saying it, my brain said no, but my fingers kept typing ;-)
8th February 2013, at 22:35:47
Thousands of parents breath a collective sigh of relief, meanwhile teachers breath a collective sigh of disappointment.
by T Rollingsworth
8th February 2013, at 21:34:54
I wasn't born here and even I recognize that it's an IoW name!Maybe Don wasn't wearing his tin-foil hat today and the wind-turbine-loving government fried some of his brain?
by Richard Taylor
8th February 2013, at 17:23:44
I'm just waiting for someone to sign on as Mr W Turbine..............
by Dave Wilson
8th February 2013, at 13:05:32
Well said Keith - it was insulting. Surprised that the man who hijacks ordinary news stories with his predictable ramblings didn't know Hunnybun is an Island name.
by Lee Majors
8th February 2013, at 13:01:36
So I was correct. Again.
by John Lovell
8th February 2013, at 12:39:53
I'm surprised at you Don. As a true caulkhead I can tell you that Hunnybun is a well known name here on the Island.
by lynda millard
8th February 2013, at 08:57:20
lets hope the council grit/salt the roads this time.Care homes need their staff to be able to get in .totland and f/water have a number of homes we were missed the last time it snowed lets all hope we are not missed out again.Its no joke being stuck after doing a night shift not being able to get home.
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