Open Book Blog Hop – January 15th   Leave a comment

Stevie Turner

This week we have to share a recent travel experience or anecdote.

I suppose it’s got to be the morning of Sunday December 10th, when my eldest son Leon drove me 200 miles from the centre of Manchester to where we live in Suffolk, East Anglia.  We had been to see Queen + Adam Lambert the evening before at the Manchester Arena.

Snow had been predicted on the previous day’s weather forecast, but there was no sign of it as we set off southbound on the M6 around 9.30am.  However, after about an hour into the journey sure enough snow was falling, and by the looks of it had already been falling for some time.  High winds had blown snow across the motorway and the outside lane was blocked with a thick slush.  Traffic had slowed down, but some cars were risking the outside lane and skidding.

Thankfully Leon was…

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Posted January 15, 2018 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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