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hi,

 

i've got to drive along the snake pass tonight to ladybower from sheffield. Does anyone know how the ice is out there?

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You're not really on the Snake if you're only going to Ladybower I think..

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OK well i just meant out that way as there have been warnings of freezing fog so just wondered if anyone had been close to there in the last hour or so

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Theres ice on a good chunk of untreated roads. I would bet that theres plenty of ic on the snake pass.... but if its not been closed and you dont intend on driving like an idiot... go for it.

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hi,

 

i've got to drive along the snake pass tonight to ladybower from sheffield. Does anyone know how the ice is out there?

 

Its frozen water,just like ice anywhere else.

 

 

But honestly ice or no ice drive carefully.

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I'm Nosey. Why would anyone want to drive out to ladybower tonight.?

 

Only reason i can think of is a sinister one..But that's just me.!

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I'm Nosey. Why would anyone want to drive out to ladybower tonight.?

 

Only reason i can think of is a sinister one..But that's just me.!

 

Go on say it...........dogging.:hihi:

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I'm Nosey. Why would anyone want to drive out to ladybower tonight.?

 

Only reason i can think of is a sinister one..But that's just me.!

 

Why not?

 

A walk up Win Hill on a December night....makes for quite a good evening. If you wrap up well enough. Walked up there Christmas morning last year and watched the sun come up.

 

Not everyone sits in their houses and watches soaps all the time.

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Take the main Fox house road out of Sheffield, it is well gritted. The road that runs from there to Bamford is well driven so I would be surprised if there is any particularly icy spots, and will be gritted too. I would guess Ringinglow and other less travelled roads will be slippery.

 

Went over fox house way last night in a rear wheel drive car and didn't feel a slip once.

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Go on say it...........dogging.:hihi:

 

Car park on the left just before Ladbower i hear is good of an evening...:hihi:

 

---------- Post added 12-12-2012 at 19:01 ----------

 

Why not?

 

A walk up Win Hill on a December night....makes for quite a good evening. If you wrap up well enough. Walked up there Christmas morning last year and watched the sun come up.

 

Not everyone sits in their houses and watches soaps all the time.

 

Thee can do what tha wants on a december neet.

 

Nawt wrong wi that...:)

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