With clear blue skies and calmer conditions, the county’s classic landscapes looked even more appealing with a covering of the white stuff.Families also made made the most of the ideal sledging conditions while they lasted with more snow forecast.A Met Office yellow warning of “frequent snow showers” is still in place until Wednesday night, with conditions finally set to improve on Thursday.The forecast for Thursday to Sunday states: “Drier and brighter during Thursday with light winds, strong southeasterly winds developing for Friday and Saturday with a chance of snow mainly near coasts, Staying very cold.”Hadrian’s Wall covered in snow at Steel Rigg.1 of 20Snowy scenes at Steel Rigg on Hadrians’s Wall, at Henshaw.2 of 20Snowy scenes at Walltown Crags, Hadrian’s Wall.3 of 20Hadrian’s Wall looking south towards Twice Brewed.4 of 20Snowy scenes at Steel Rigg on Hadrians’s Wall, at Henshaw.5 of 20A tiny figure in the distance just north of the Roman Wall walks towards the Whin Sill.6 of 20Hadrian’s Wall looking east from Steel Rigg.7 of 20Snowy scenes in west Northumberland. The decorated cross at the ancient battle site of Heavenfield.8 of 20Snowy scenes in west Northumberland. Sledgers and snowboarders make the most of the bright weather at the Sele in Hexham.9 of 20Snowy scenes in west Northumberland.
One room was our common area we were each provided with a desk, a chair, a dresser, and a bookshelf and in the other was one bunk bed.To give my side of the darkly colored and dusty common room my personal touch, I bought some fun accessories: some Audrey Hepburn laminated posters, three large crystal doorknobs in green, purple, and yellow to use as decorative pieces, bright supplies, a hot pink bowl to dump my jewelry in, and a silver chair (so when friends came over, they wouldn have to sit on the floor) with a bright multicolored pillow. I even bought a fridge and had oversized glass jars on top with every kind of 100 calorie pack imaginable. After my 24 hours of decorating, I felt a little more at home.Here are 5 of my favorite dorm accessories.
The truth lies somewhere in between. I recommend finding a good eye doctor you trust (ask around) and look at your itemized bill and insurance closely to figure out what best for you. I say that my insurance, while not great, is absolutely a better deal than a flex or HSA account when purchasing glasses.
Daytime at most places in Japan feels crowded to me. Possible reasons include Finland (often next to no people), and skiing on weekday nights in Japan at a small place. Crowded means you can still enjoy skiing, but one probably can go around at GS speeds and still feel like you skiing safely and politely.