Good, good. Down a wee bit more today.
As I walked to work today, I noticed that even though it’s been a while since most of the snow disappeared, there are still a few odd lumps here and there. It seems that where people have cleared paths, and so piled up the snow, that some of those piles are very reluctant to melt. I suppose it has remained fairly cold, but I was pretty sure it was warm enough to melt ice.
Here’s one lump:
And here’s another:
You’d have thought that a lump of ice with that much grit in it would have its freezing point sufficiently suppressed to have melted a week or so ago, but apparently not.
 I tend not to notice: Losing it HQ is nicely heated, and when I go out, I wear a warm coat…
 Sorry, I don’t remember enough of my A-Level chemistry to work out the numbers
 It was, oh buggrit, 29 years ago, you know