Photo-a-Day (Saturday, 9th February, 2013)
Nice colourful photo Mick, is it a self portrait?
Nice bike Mick........snowman ain't bad either........ :-). Cheers!!!!
Just got back from a vacation in Mexico, temp 33 degrees C. Didn't see anything like that white fellow down there ! Brrrrr.
Good photo Mick. The bike must be yours, cos itsnow bike for a snowman
I know that bike! Nice one Mick.
Nice bit of fun!
Absolutly brilliant proper made me smile..
Thanks Mick xx
You look frozen to death Mick!
I think it's wintery Britain. Not be long now to see the Dafs peeping through the ground. Roll on Spring.
bet the nieghbours complain its to colourful that snowmon and get the council to remove it .
Great whimsical photo Mick. Looks a bit like me after shoveling. We are getting buried under 2 to 3 feet of snow here
Good one, Mick. What happened to his snotlocker? Did you call him Frosty?
Howard's waited a long time for Marina!
Nice one Mick!
Mick, you didn`t reply to my comment on your 9th Feb.P-a-D at 17:37
Ernest I was away on holiday.
And reason he didnt have a nose is because we had no carrots, b ut next day I built a snowman that was stood on its head and bought some carrots so that one did get a nose.
Ill put his photo on the Forum photo section.
Mick, I`ve looked at your photo and also your video`s of your Shearings tour in a Grand Tourer - great stuff.
I`ve been on 91 Shearings Tours. The first to Newquay in Oct.1996 and the last to Strathpeffer in May 2011. All but two were in the UK - had a day trip to Dublin in March 1997 and 10 days to St.Anton, Austria in May 1998.
My first coach tour was 7 days London in July 1953 with Smith`s of Wigan - didn`t put the cost in my diary!
Ernest I used to go down to Smiths depot at Standish lower ground to look through there rubbish dump for foreign cig packets.