A Letter. Returning.
Planning a trip to London at the end of the year looked hazardous. A cold front had swept over the British Isles for the month of December, leaving much of the country covered in deep snow for days on end. Pretty pictures of ponies in the grass lands with icicles on their forelocks did not make up for the Met office and government from looking foolish. There were outcries from airlines, business’ and commuters whose lives and incomes had been affected. But the government rode through the weeks of bad weather with a shrug and some mutterings until eventually the snow stopped and normal life could resume once more. Billed as a freak of nature by some and the effects of climate change by others this was in fact the third consecutive harsh winter that England has endured and is the coldest December in recorded history. But by the New Year, much of the snow from the sou...
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