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Increasing cloudiness on a cold January afternoon,

Uploaded by: Glaswegian

Thursday January 30, 2014


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6. Glaswegian
1:49 PM GMT on February 01, 2014
Yes you've said it: the long and the short of it (as we used to say)!
I too once was on a low salt diet; but gave it up; 25 years ago!
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5. papajuan
1:27 AM GMT on February 01, 2014
Old Dutch Potato Chips also have enough salt on them so they can be used to de-ice the roads.
(yes, I'm on a lo sodium diet)
The cold days are getting longer and the colder nights are getting shorter.
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4. Glaswegian
9:48 PM GMT on January 31, 2014
Thanks Heidrun! The cold seems set to last through mid-February at least (though a little abated),so we will need our parkas for a while yet!
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3. Glaswegian
9:45 PM GMT on January 31, 2014
They are nice and crunchy; love the munch them Cynthia!
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2. trailhiker44
6:52 AM GMT on January 31, 2014
The clouds look nice in the blue sky !
Hope your cold has broken for a while !
However you mention flurries - more snow on the way for you as if you needed any more ?!
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1. CythiaSue
5:23 AM GMT on January 31, 2014
Never too cloudy for Old Dutch Potato Chips!
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