They did manage to build it facing east, into the wind, however.
Randy Maddocks wrote:. . . minimize exposure to the elements.
Not bad . . .
Campbell Ritchie wrote:At least partially because they insist on trying to pull off in bottom gear with lots of throttle as they would on dry roads
Campbell Ritchie wrote:... until it hits the ground when it turns into sheets of black ice
Paul Clapham wrote:We had some snow and then some freezing rain on top of it, and then it stayed cold so that nothing thawed out for over a week. You couldn't ride a bike on it, you couldn't even walk on it. I had to put on crampons just to take the garbage bins out for collection.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:alternating rain and snow and clear skies, so the wet streets froze really quickly
Campbell Ritchie wrote:I have been around long enough to be suspicious about the combination of wet and clear skies; I expected ice