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Dirt got more snow

People around the world are laughing at our country. A 2mm dusting of snowy white powder and the country is on it’s knees begging for grit and mercy.

Here’s some photos from people who don’t care for mercy or grit.

UPDATE: The snow has all but gone now (though I do hear reports of another dump tonight), so I’ve added the last couple of pics to the February snow gallery.

Here’s Dirt columist Cunny tearing up the local golf course greens on his snow plank.

Trifon and Ludo May doing in properly in a place with loads of snow…Verbier…Pics by Mark Shapiro.

Ben Nott snow drifting on a farm somewhere…not sure where exactly.

Mario from Poland getting a drift on.

Nico Vink in Holland snapped by Maurice van den Tillaard

This is how Canadian photographer John Gibson (check out his gallery here) gets about in Alberta:
“Nokian wxc 300 aluminum studded tires 700 grams the difference is like night and day”

Rod Fountain, Ed, Den and Jules in London, photos from DeadBeat Dan.

As Frank Zappa once sang “…don’t eat that yellow snow”

Ben Stickley and his mates in Shropshire…” Sam Philips took out his bike and built a jump…”

Jimmy Doyle with 30cm of dump in Finland.

Nigel Smith in Leatherhead.

James Dick and his girlfriend in Chelmsford yesterday.

My drive in to the Dirt office this morning.

Big Mike rocked up in his wellies this morning, sporting the “explorer” look.

Geoff in Hertfordshire

One of my favourite pics so far…Gordon Shiel jumping over a load of mates…number ten looks like if he doesn’t keep his head down he’s gonna get walloped.

Albert and the crew over at Madison knocked up this albino-dalek-Blobby-esque creation instead of working.

Rich Batey riding snowy trails in Doncaster.

A snow man killing some time.

The Hens, Chloe, Ed and Billy making the most of a snowy lunchbreak.

Dirt got more snow


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