Another freezing day for walking and again my nose started running half way through. All the cars iced up this morning, so I’m expecting similar on Saturday when I’m out doing the morning shop.
Normal time for walking, and it was dark. And cold. Freezing cold. It could have snowed and I would not have been surprised.
My nose started running just 1.5 km into the walk, that’s how cold it was.
Another slightly early walk day, it was absolutely freezing today, snow in some places, but not here, just a layer of frost.
Bank Holiday today.
Gloves and wooly hat weather.
Went out for my walk a bit early, with a bit of daylight still. Still quiet, since it’s a Sunday.
Boxing Day walk and the main shops were open again: Co-Op, Sainsbury’s, Tesco. Another cold and wet day, and there’s talk of a storm coming in towards the tail end of today. We’ll see how that goes.
Went for my walk on Christmas Day and it was dead quiet. Hardly anyone out, and all the shops were closed. Most of them, anyway. The local Ocakbasi was open (but takeaway only), the local Co-op, and Sainsbury’s were closed. But the local fruit n veg was still open, and the Shell petrol station was open (to cover for those who are driving, even though you’re not supposed to socialise outside your bubble). Surprisingly the Tesco petrol station was not open.
And FitBit announced I had got a new badge.
Christmas Eve and a cold afternoon for a walk. And it wasn’t even dark yet.
Another evening walk, popped into Sainsbury’s to buy a new tub of chewing gum (I have a habit of chewing gum while I’m walking — not while I’m running, though, the gum is likely to pop out while I’m panting).
Also realised when I was paying for the gum at Sainsbury’s that I had forgotten to start my Fitbit tracking so now I don’t know how long I walked. Oh well. :(
A nice evenig walk. The Tesco Petrol Station I normally walk past has now reopened (actually reopened a couple of days ago but I didn’t notice)
We got the replacement heater installed today, mostly fine, the heat of the water is now very high, since the plumber had to replace the piping near the heater, and had to mount a plank of wood on the wall to provide additional support for the heater as the bracket where the heater will be mounted would be too high.
This heater requires electricity, compared to the previous one which did not. Meaning without power, we won’t have hot water.
The plumber had to add cement around the exit flue of the heater and a few hours later I could see a crack in the cement, probably from it contracting and cracking while drying.
The plumber also had to remove an entire cupboard from the kitchen where the heater is and we’ll have to remount that some other time.