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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up early; packed everyone into the car, and set-off (minus
mobile) to Horsenden. Hit snow eventually, which got deeper and
thicker, until we were doing some impressive wheel-spinning action
at Ellesborough, finally got through to Sue & Clive's despite
some hair raising skidding action into their road.
Had some lunch, dithered, but eventually set out for the
Christmas steam train (with Father Christmas), again via some
extraordinary slewing and cornering action - apparently the trick
is high gear, and not slowing down. Babes suitably pleased, back
to Sue & Clives.
Consulted weather forecast, highways agency, minimum
nightly temperatures, traffic loads, the good Lord, etc. set
off with some trepidation at 5pm.
Decided big, flat roads are really the way to go; got
to Aylesbury with no trouble, tried to take the A41 south east to
the M25: shut by the police, no problem - tried the north east
road: A418 - also shut; wow. Eventually escaped north on the
A413 to Buckingham. Never seen a car leaning gently against a
hedge before showing off its underneath. Had to suddenly
overtake a number of lamers who had decided (somehow) to slow
down on the hills - and thus got stuck; concerning. Eventually
made it to Buckingham, then onto Milton Keynes, by now driving
skills on ice improving. Eventually over the M1, and home after
only five hours - thank God.
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