No thaw. In the afternoon considerable wind & some very cold rain which froze as soon as it fell, leaving a thin skin of ice over everything. Then some heavy & rather squashy snow.
I don’t think I’ve ever heard someone refer to “squashy snow” before, but I believe I have experienced it.
I know exactly what he means.
I love the idea of squashy snow. Can’t quite visualise it, however; would one of the above posters care to explicate?
The idea of “squashy snow” is just another example of how creative Eric was with the english language.
A true master.
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