Finding snow!

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Tuesday 19 May, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Traveling between Ankara and Istanbul, back in late January, we came across… SNOW. Ok so I get that for many of you guys out there it’s all very normal, or even one of those long-suffered features of your long, long winters, however, for us, it’s a complete novelty!

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Cousin Spike Jnr, aka ‘small person’, was in his element of course!

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This was such an alien scene to us, we had to have a play of course 🙂

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This was taken driving through the mountains near Bolu, between Istanbul and Ankara. Picture postcard stuff or what?

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7 thoughts on “Finding snow!

  1. Sure is postcard stuff! Wonderful pics Spike ..

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  2. Sue Slaght says:

    I am smiling away. Yes not unusual for us but I’m sure a complete novelty for your little guy.

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  3. NinnaO says:

    The world have become really awkward. Or at least the climate.

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  4. That’s more snow than we had in the UK on the SE Coast. There was one little dusting that melted after an hour. That was all, for the whole winter. Most unimpressive.
    I love your pictures. Did Cousin Spike Jnr build a snowman?

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