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07 May 2022 02:57 AM  
Just teasing Hoarder, but if I did find them, I'd offer them up on here first. Anyway I've never been to that fair, its 3370 km form me haha, about the distance form England to Iran. I'm near Edmonton Alberta, Canada's a big country, lol........
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07 May 2022 11:54 AM  
I’ve been to Edmonton Alberta 3 times.
And Calgary
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Regina was a bit of a weird place
But Winnipeg was the coldest place I’ve ever been 🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶
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09 May 2022 10:09 AM  
Sorry didn’t mean to shut the conversation down with my reminiscences of Canada.
Somebody start saying something about enamel signs please.
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09 May 2022 02:56 PM  
Coldest I've ever experienced was -42C ambient temperature in Jasper about 10 years ago. So cold it was acutely painful to breath in through nostrils.
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09 May 2022 06:12 PM  

 Been to Canada once, Toronto,Vancover and Whistler lovely place but far too PC and dont start me on the tip culture.

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09 May 2022 08:57 PM  

 Hottest temperature ive ever experienced was + 51C in Kuwait city about 25 years ago, so hot the swimming pool water was chilled.

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10 May 2022 12:09 AM  
51 is absolutly nuts, I experienced 41C on a business trip to Houston during a record heatwave once, that was hard enough to handle. Great white north is fine for me
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10 May 2022 07:41 AM  

51c but a very dry desert heat, mostly low humidity, so bearable for short periods.

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10 May 2022 01:45 PM  

Great stuff folks

Here is a shop I sam in mid wales

 

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10 May 2022 01:47 PM  

Ps, it was snowing

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10 May 2022 02:29 PM  
Tower Tea is epic !
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10 May 2022 03:54 PM  
Nice one Al, but 10th May Snowing? not impossible but no leaves on those deciduous trees?.
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