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Sweep the roads, not the statements

It was interesting to read the following AA quote on the Guardian's site today:

an AA spokesman said. "There are problems everywhere. The main thing is that there is no escape – there is no part of the country that is not affected by snow and ice. Our advice is not to travel unless your journey is essential, and if you do, stick to the main roads."

One part of the country that is completely unaffected to date by the snow and ice is north Pembrokeshire. Around St Davids, the roads are dry and clear and it's been mostly sunny for the last few days. My kids would love to see snow, and it may arrive in time but for now, it's safe to cycle, walk, run or if you have to, drive as usual, to get around the area.

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