Snow snow snow

Hi,

it started snowing again :slight_smile: Heavy snowfall during the night, about 10cm this
morning. I had to use my Muni and due to christmas holidays I was one of the few
on the road. So there were not so much car traces to get caught in. This was the
good thing. The bad thing are the storms (thunderstorms, blizzards …) that are
currently raging over Europe. I had to wear glasses (Q: how are the glasses for
skiing called? I didn’t find the expression in any online dictionary). Basically
this is fine, but after a few minutes they tend to get foggy (? So many words I
don’t know this morning :frowning: ). I hope the wind doesn’t get to strong.

lars


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Re: Snow snow snow

Lars Burgstahler wrote:

> Hi,
>
> it started snowing again :slight_smile: Heavy snowfall during the night, about 10cm this
> morning. I had to use my Muni and due to christmas holidays I was one of the
> few on the road…

While I was in school, I used to go unicycling every time it snowed. One
time, as I was riding and some guy took some pictures of me. The next day I
made the headlines. The picture is at:
http://netdial.caribe.net/~javruiz/gazt.htm Stay on top,

Javier


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Re: Snow snow snow

Lars, The glasses for skiing are goggles.

Lars Burgstahler <burgstahler@ind.uni-stuttgart.de> wrote in message
news:386872C6.6769@ind.uni-stuttgart.de
> Hi,
>
> it started snowing again :slight_smile: Heavy snowfall during the night, about 10cm this
> morning. I had to use my Muni and due to christmas holidays I was one of the
> few on the road. So there were not so much car traces to get caught in. This
> was the good thing. The bad thing are the storms (thunderstorms, blizzards
> …) that are currently raging over Europe. I had to wear glasses (Q: how are
> the glasses for skiing called? I didn’t find the expression in any online
> dictionary). Basically this is fine, but after a few minutes they tend to get
> foggy (? So many words I don’t know this morning :frowning: ). I hope the wind
> doesn’t get to strong.
>
> lars
>
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