Damn its been a long time since it has snowed!
I left on my commute to find that my brake was pretty much useless, fun fun:D
I decided foolishly to see how far I could skid in a fresh patch of snow.....Didnt slow at all.... I started getting closer and closer to the back of a beamer...Tried to slow down but just kept going, just missed the back of it.:P
So lets hear your woes of a slushy Dublin commute.
cycled from clonskeagh to camde street, and i was completely white, couldnt feel my hands or toes ad then got a puncture to top it off, its weird though cos I didnt mind at all because of the snow.
Yesterday I cycled from town up to Sandyford, and the difference in snow cover was unbelievable.
Then I cycled home at about 9 at night and when I was in Sandyford I was covered in snow but by the time I got to ballsbridge it was just wet, no sign of snow anywhere.
Today was mad, snow came out of nowhere around quarter past three, had an inch of snow by twenty past!
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