Let it snow (in April!)

Sunday mornings are always a good time for a stroll around Brockers, but are made even better when snow falls. Though there wasn't much to see along the roads, a walk to Hilly Fields revealed a decent blanket, a good few inches deep, being enjoyed by young and old alike.

Snowy fields

The park was host to some of the best snowmen we've seen in our days, with more than enough white stuff for some snowball fights and even sledging. It's times like this when all the moans and groans of living in the city are forgotten - or, at least, they're covered in snow for one short morning.

The king of snowmen

10 comments:

JPM said...

Ah, yes, but it also snowed in April 1906.

Good to see representatives of BrockleyC on Hilly Fields. Great pics. Mine to follow. (In which my secret identity will be revealed.)

Anonymous said...

Isn't that one of the blokes who recently took part in a pub crawl?

Kate said...

It was lovely! I was very impressed with all the snow-persons on Hilly Fields.

Anonymous said...

OMG!! Is JPM really APP&P???
its like brockley's own who-shot-jr...

Anonymous said...

then who is LB?....Sue Ellen?

JPM said...

All will be revealed.

Abigail said...

We also saw some excellent snow people appearing in Telegraph Hill park including a snow lady and a life size man sitting on a bench- amazing! The resident Heron also dropped by to survey the fun. See my pics here - http://s281.photobucket.com/albums/kk232/abigaildace/Telegraph%20Hill%20snow%20day%206th%20April%202008/

Tamsin said...

Like the pics.
Send them - or at least the link - to Paul as well!
Glad the heron is back again - hadn't seen him for a while.

SAM said...

Brilliant photo - really made me smile on a miserable sick-with-a mysterious-virus day!!!!

Amanda said...

The snow went as fast as it came. Loved it.

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