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Posted By: Kerrowdown, 01-04-2018, 03:27 PM

I'm not sure the old kerrowdown is designed to be a cool climate person residing in Scotland...

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01-04-2018, 04:24 PM   #2
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Wimpy Scots get no sympathy from Canadians living in the Rocky Mountains. -38 C in Cochrane Alberta Boxing Day morning. It warmed up all the way to -32 C when we started the pickup to drive home. Much warmer when we got home; it was a balmy -26 C.
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Wimpy Scots get no sympathy from Canadians living in the Rocky Mountains
That maybe so... but this was inside the building.
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I'm not sure the old kerrowdown is designed to be a cool climate person residing in Scotland...
Not your usual shot, but the simplicty makes it work well overall!


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Nice shot. But be aware: Icicles are a sign for lacking insulation in a house, I have learnt.
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Not your usual shot
Like to try and keep folk on their toes.

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but the simplicity makes it work well overall!
Thanks.
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Nice shot
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But be aware: Icicles are a sign for lacking insulation in a house, I have learnt.
Luckily... these are in an outbuilding tractor store.

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Made me think of musically notes, so I superimposed a treble clef staff over your image, and came up with the notes:

G-A-C A#-C-F Played as triplets

(superimpose: I held some lined paper up to my computer monitor )

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