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12/06/2007

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sue

is anyone else loving your blogging life now you have no secret carpark ;)
don't people have chain thingies for tiers in winter?

Lisa

I'm going to regret saying this, I'm sure, but aren't you supposed to turn your front wheels towards the street in that situation? Or do they not have kerbs in canadia?

Brock

Lisa: There is no kerb. It's an open area behind some buildings on a private road. Yes, I'd thought of the wheels thing, but the ice was just making it slide downhill, not in the direction the wheels were pointing necessarily, so the point it moot anyway.

sue

well did it roll overnight?
amusing photos?
anything

Lisa

No kerbs! Back of beyond, so it is! ;-)

Brock

No. It was where I left it.  :)

sue

how boring
can we make a little more effort next time ;)

Warhead

It's a horrible feeling when you slide like that, with no control over what's happening. Even worse when you can see you're going to hit something and there's not a damn thing you can do to stop it. I've only had it happen a couple of times and that was more than enough.

Never heard of de-icing granules over here, but I suppose we don't get the kind of weather they do in Canada so there's not nearly so much demand for it.

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